Fans of the 2006 film The Holiday were excited when rumors of a sequel started circulating, but Nancy Meyers has officially shut them down.
â€œThere are a lot of DMs about this – I’m sorry, but it’s not true,’ said the 72-year-old director Instagram.
This reported on Monday The film will return and begin filming in early 2023, starring Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Jack Black.
But apparently not.
Many fans of the film were upset that the rumors were denied, including Katie Couric, who commented on Meyers’ post with a heart emoji.
Winslet, 47, privately shut down rumors about the second part of the film.
â€œI have read something about it, but this is the first time I have heard of it,â€ he said Told the people. â€œI promise you, neither the agent, nor the representative, nor any of the people around have ever talked to me about this. Take heart, it will never appear.â€ Â
The confirmation comes just days after the orchestra performed a live performance of “Celebration in Concert” in London to accompany the film. Meyers shared a video from the performance on Instagram.
â€œHolidayâ€ follows two women, 50-year-old Winslet and Diaz, who switch homes for a vacation to move on from their previous romances. Winslet’s Iris falls for composer Miles (black) and Diaza’s Amanda falls in love with book editor and Iris’ brother Graham (law).
According to the film, the film was a success at the box office, grossing $63 million worldwide and $205 million on a budget of $85 million. Box Office Mojo.
â€œHolidayâ€ is now available to stream on Hulu for premium subscribers.