Hugh Grant has revealed he and his 'Bridget Jones' castmates Renee Zellweger and Colin Firth have not yet signed up for the planned third instalment.
The British actor - who played lothario Daniel Clever in the first two romantic comedies - has seen a script for the project, but reveals neither he, nor Renee Zellweger or Colin Firth, have signed up for a third instalment.
He told Empire magazine: ''No one has signed on the dotted line. But they are working on our script. I have seen The Script.''
He added: ''I like 'About A Boy'. I don't think I am terrible in that.
''Some of them that you have hated are the ones I liked very much, films like 'Two Weeks Notice'. I loved making that film - loved Sandra Bullock. In fact, I think I am rather good in that film. But everyone is entitled to disagree. The fact is when they work, when they entertain, sometimes they might get a good review.
''More often in my case, they will do good box office and not get such good reviews.''