Hugh Grant ‘scared’ of hot dog chaser at Comic-Con: ‘Still having nightmares’

Hugh Grant was openly “terrified” by a fan who dressed up as a fan who “stalked” him at Comic-Con.

The 62-year-old actor and his Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves co-star Chris Pine, 42, gushed about their memorable relationship in a recent interview. Collider.

Grant admitted he was nervous on stage at San Diego Comic-Con in July because he’s “so old now” compared to the older Pine.

“I walked by and I thought, ‘They’re going to bring Chris Pine, they’re going to be crazy,'” he said. star of the memorable Don’t Worry Darling. “They bring others out, they go crazy. Then they say “Hugh Grant” and there is dead silence.

But according to the story, Paine declared that the crowd “loved King Grant,” one man in particular.

“There was only one person at that convention who really loved me, and he was dressed as a hot dog for three days,” Grant recalled.

Hugh Grant attends San Diego Comic-Con on July 21, 2022.
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But the pursuer could not get out of his cage.

“And wherever I went, he followed me. I couldn’t shake it. Remember the hot dog? ” he asked Pine. “I was scared. I still have nightmares about him.’

“I know. That’s great,” Pine replied.

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves hits theaters March 3.

[Warning: Major “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” spoiler ahead.]

A cosplayer poses as a hot dog during New York Comic Con 2019.
During New York Comic Con 2019, a cosplayer dressed up as a hot dog. Note: This is not confirmed to be the owner of the wiener that harassed Grant at the fan event in San Diego.
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Hugh Grant and Chris Pine
Hugh Grant and Chris Pine pose at the Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves panel at Comic-Con International 2022: San Diego Convention Center.
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Elsewhere in the interview, Grant approved he’s referring to actor Daniel Craig in Netflix’s The Glass Onion, who is “married to James Bond.”

Craig, 54, will reprise his role as Benoit Blanc in the Rian Johnson-directed film. Grant, who admits his presence is a small cameo, plays the detective’s husband, Phillip.

“This is the smallest moment. I don’t know why they’d want to do that, but anyway, I thought Knives Out 1 was great, and I figured yeah, why not? I’ll be back in a few hours…”


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