Only yesterday, Tuesday, did rumors circulate that the popular Christmas film classic "Love doesn't need a holiday" starring Cameron Diaz (50) and Jude Law (49) is to be continued after more than 16 years. However, two prominent participants in the film at the time have now denied this report. Director and screenwriter Nancy Meyers (72) shared a screenshot of the corresponding report on Instagram and wrote: "Sorry, but that's not true".
Leading actress Kate Winslet (47), who swaps houses with the character played by Cameron Diaz in "Love doesn't need a holiday" and finally finds love, denied the rumor to "People". Winslet, who will be starring in the upcoming sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, said, "I've read about it, but it's the first time I've heard of it." The actress asserts that she has not had any talks about a sequel to the classic love film: "Hand on heart, it was never talked about".
"The Sun" quoted an unnamed insider yesterday as saying that "Love Doesn't Need a Vacation 2" should start filming next year. The four main actors Winslet, Diaz, Law and Jack Black (53) should already be "under contract" for the sequel. "Love doesn't need a holiday" is considered one of the most successful romantic Christmas films. The love film, which was produced for 85 million US dollars, grossed over 200 million dollars at the box office - and is part of the annual Christmas program for many people.