It’s been 14 years since Love Actually premiered in theaters (and captured our rom-com-loving hearts), but the film’s director, Richard Curtis, just announced news that will make your whole damn week: He’s reuniting the cast.
But not just for a “Where Are They Now?” special. The short film—currently in production to benefit Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day—will bring together most of the original cast to reprise their roles and update nostalgic fans on how their love-torn characters are faring in 2017.
Primary cast members currently scheduled to appear include Hugh Grant (who we hope is still dancing around the halls of 10 Downing Street) and Colin Firth (who we’re guessing has definitely mastered Portuguese by now). Additional familiar faces you can expect to see: Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson, Bill Nighy and Thomas Brodie-Sangster. (Duh, he’s the adorable little boy who outsmarted airport authorities just to make a declaration of true love—and then happened to land a major role on Game of Thrones.)
So, get excited…and save the date. (Red Nose Day Actually is slated to air on NBC on May 25.)