14 years after the hit movie Love Actually came out, the cast of the movie is reuniting for a Red Nose Day feature with NBC called “Red Nose Day, Actually.” The first trailer for the short debuted Wednesday.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the short will be shown in the U.K. later this March, and it will run in the United States on May 25 as part of NBC’s annual Red Nose Day festivities.

Much of the cast will return for the show. However, Alan Rickman, who passed away in 2016, and Emma Thompson, who played his wife, will not be featured. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Thompson said it was “too soon” after Rickman’s death.

This is NBC’s third straight Red Nose Day, which aims to raise money to fight childhood poverty. The event started in the U.K. in 1988 as a way to use comedy to raise money for charity.

[Hollywood Reporter]

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