The 53-year-old TV and radio presenter was showing Phillip Schofield and Holly Wiloughby the results of his varicose vein surgery.
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While Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones will likely not appear in the upcoming Men in Black spin-off, we do know one actor from the original trilogy is coming back for more extraterrestrial action.
LONDON (Reuters) — Emma Thompson has said she is not taking part in a short Love Actually sequel for Britain’s Comic Relief charity appeal because it is “too soon” to reprise her role in the romantic comedy after the death last year of co-star Alan Rickman.
The 56-year-old picked up the Award For Comedy for The Legend Of Barney Thomson at the Evening Standard British Film Award ceremony, and talked of her “dearest” pal who died last month from pancreatic cancer aged 69. Emma said about the actor when she accepted her prize from actor Stanley Tucci: “I’d like to commit this moment in time to dearest Alan Rickman who many of us are dearly missing tonight.