Jude Law Would "Absolutely" Do a Sequel to The Holiday

Jude Law recently revealed whether or not he would do a sequel to his 2006 romantic comedy The Holiday Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage

It's (sort of) a Christmas miracle! Jude Law revealed during a recent interview with Glamour UK that he would be on board to do a sequel to his 2006 romantic comedy The Holiday.

"That's a good idea. Yeah, [of] course!" Law, 41, replied when asked about the possibility. "Absolutely."

The British actor starred in the Nancy Meyers film with Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, and Jack Black. It centered on two women, Amanda Woods (Diaz) and Iris Simpkins (Winslet), who find love after deciding to swap homes in each other's countries for the holiday season.

The Holiday also featured Eli Wallach, who passed away at the age of 98 back in June. His character Arthur Abbott recited one of the most memorable lines from the film: "In the movies we have leading ladies and we have the best friend. You, I can tell, are a leading lady. But for some reason you are behaving like the best friend."

Law also grabbed audiences' attention with scenes he had with his on-screen daughters Sophie (Miffy Englefield) and Olivia (Emma Pritchard). In one particular moment, his dreamy Graham introduces Mr. Napkin Head to make the girls laugh. (At dinner, Graham places a napkin over his head and wears his black reading glasses.) Though adorable, Law doesn't think Mr. Napkin Head should come back in a possible sequel.

"Maybe. But no, the girls will be grown up, y'see, so they wouldn't want me to do it. I'd be the sort of dad that'd do it and they'd be like, 'Dad, what are y'doin?'" he teased to Glamour UK. "Oh my goodness, they'll be like teenagers," he added. "Miffy, she was such a sweet little girl."

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