After a long day of playing Mark Darcy in “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” Colin Firth said, he’d often have to spend a few minutes doing some deep breathing just to relax his body again. “You know, unclench a few muscles,” he said. “It’s nice to put on a suit and tie, but there were a few times it almost hurt to play him.”
After a long day of playing Mark Darcy in “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” Colin Firth said, he’d often have to spend a few minutes doing some deep breathing just to relax his body again. “You know, unclench a few muscles,” he said. “It’s nice to put on a suit and tie, but there were a few times it almost hurt to play him.” Giles Keyte Universal Pictures
After a long day of playing Mark Darcy in “Bridget Jones’s Baby,” Colin Firth said, he’d often have to spend a few minutes doing some deep breathing just to relax his body again. “You know, unclench a few muscles,” he said. “It’s nice to put on a suit and tie, but there were a few times it almost hurt to play him.” Giles Keyte Universal Pictures

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September 14, 2016 02:12 PM