There has been plenty of talk about the possibility of a Bridget Jones’s Diary 3 being made, ever since the success of the second movie. While it seemed that the project had been killed off, Working Title Films company head, Eric Fellner, claims that they are still looking at it, but will only make the movie if the script is right.
Fellner explained to ComingSoon.net, “We're always looking at it. We'll only do it if we can crack it creatively, so maybe we will, maybe we won't. We'll see what happens. If we can get it right next year, we'll try and do it next year, but if we can't, we won't.”
The third Bridget Jones movie was believed to almost have been in place, with a title Bridget Jones’s Baby but the film was never made, after it was claimed that actor Hugh Grant was not happy with the script that had been written for the sequel.
Bridget Jones’s Diary stars Renee Zellweger in the titular role, along with the aforementioned Hugh Grant and Colin Firth. Bridget Jones’s Diary made $254m worldwide, when it was released in 2001 and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason was released in 2004 and grossed $228m.