Grant, Firth locked in ‘Jones’ Diary’

Brits to star opposite Zellweger

LONDON — After weeks of speculation, Hugh Grant and Colin Firth have been confirmed to co-star in “Bridget Jones’ Diary,” alongside Renee Zellweger (Daily Variety, April 11).

The pic, produced by Working Title Films and directed by rookie Sharon Maguire, starts shooting later this month, financed by Universal Pictures and Canal Plus.

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