So far in the upcoming Love Actually charity reunion we've seen Liam Neeson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster back together (just look at that turtleneck).
And today Hugh Grant reprised his role as the prime minister, David, shooting a scene for the Comic Relief special that features him yet again answering questions at a press conference.
It is not yet clear whether David has been the British PM continuously since the original film, or if he was pushed out and came back. If he is still the PM, then he has been in power for nearly 14 years (!).
Screenwriter Emma Freud also revealed that David is still married to Natalie, played by Martine McCutcheon.
She's in the press conference crowd, and she hasn't changed a goddamn bit since the original.
The press conference, filmed at a central London location, features cameos from journalists as well as YouTubers pretending to be journalists.
ITV's Robert Peston, NBC's London correspondent Keir Simmons, the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire, Channel 4's Cathy Newman, and BBC Breakfast presenter Charlie Stayt were extras and are featured in the scene. BuzzFeed News was also present.
YouTubers Alfie Deyes, Caspar Lee, Louise Pentland, and Niomi Smart were among those posing as journalists in the crowd, along with five Red Nose Day competition winners and their friends.