The actress who performed Emma Thompson‘s daughter in beloved 2003 film “Love Actually” has slammed the movie as “tacky and sexist.”
Lulu Popplewell, who’s now 29, isn’t a fan, calling the star-studded image a “s**t movie” in a brand new podcast interview.
The comic was requested about her reminiscences of portraying schoolgirl Daisy within the venture throughout an look on the “Almost Famous” podcast, and did not maintain again on what she considered director Richard Curtis‘ film.
“Softly be it spoken I feel it is a s**t movie,” she mentioned. “I feel it is aged badly. All the ladies in it are form of passive objects. I feel that there was an article describing them as passive objects to be acquired.”
“On re-watching it isn’t nice. You additionally should keep in mind that he (Curtis) was writing within the context of the time. I imply, I do not know the way he excuses more moderen work, however it was in 2003.”
The grown-up little one star added, “It can also be not for me as a result of I do not like cheese. I’m glad folks prefer it.”
She additionally recalled her first scene with Hugh Grant, who made it very clear he wasn’t a fan of working with youngsters.
“He mentioned, ‘Oh God, do I’ve to talk to her? I hate kids,’ which I assumed was actually humorous.”
Hugh Grant did really feel baffled by the continued reputation of “Love Actually” though he did not say something detrimental concerning the romcom. “I do not know why ‘Love Actually’ remains to be so well-liked,” he mentioned in a 2018 interview. “Everyone watches it at Christmas, which is good.”