Character profile for Daniel Cleaver from Bridget Joness Diary (Bridget Jones, #1) (page 1)
Hugh Grant: Daniel Cleaver
Sign in. Daniel Cleaver : Come on Bridget, we belong together - you, me, poor little skirt. If I can't make it with you then I can't make it with anyone. Bridget : That's not a good enough offer for me. Daniel Cleaver : I've been going crazy.
It is based on Fielding's novel of the same name , which is a reinterpretation of Jane Austen 's Pride and Prejudice. Production began in August and ended in November , and took place largely on location in London and the Home Counties. The film premiered on 4 April in the United Kingdom and was released to theatres on 13 April simultaneously in the United Kingdom and in the United States. Zellweger was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the film. She works at a publishing company in London where her main focus is fantasizing about her boss, Daniel Cleaver Hugh Grant.
Can you believe it's been two years since the third Bridget Jones film came out? The world waited so long for an ending to the hapless heroine's story that three films just didn't seem satisfying.
Sign in. If you are so obsessed with Bridget Jones, why don't you just marry her? Mark Darcy : [turns away and starts to walk]. Mark Darcy : Would you step outside please? Daniel Cleaver : I'm afraid it's not possible. Mark Darcy : Look are you gonna step outside or do I have to drag you? Daniel Cleaver : I think you're gonna have to drag me.
Much has changed on and off-screen since the last time an excerpt from the diary of British "singleton" Bridget Jones made it to theaters. In the third installment of the comedy trilogy, one corner of a familiar love triangle has been swapped out: Hugh Grant's character Daniel Cleaver, who doesn't appear in Bridget Jones's Baby. But instead of being caught between Mark's reliability and Daniel's rakish charm this time around, Bridget will be intrigued by a new love interest played by Grey's Anatomy hunk Patrick Dempsey. As despicable and insecure as he could be, Daniel was a character I hated to love and loved to hate. Though it's clear by now that he was never any real competition for Bridget's heart, this movie will be fundamentally different for Daniel's absence. Was that always a part of the plan?