Hugh Grant will never forget the experience on the set of Two Weeks Notice – Two weeks to fall in love, especially after eating four hot dogs.
Hugh Grant he never forgot an unpleasant episode that happened on a film set. Busy with the press tour of Dungeons & Dragons – Honor for Thievestheatrical film based on the role-playing game of the same name among the most famous in the world, the British actor in this case plays a particularly sneaky character, Forge Fitzwilliam, willing to do anything to become someone. And, during an interview with The Late Late Show with James Corden, Hugh Grant recalled one of the worst moments lived on the set of one of his old films.
Hugh Grant recalls the unfortunate incident on the set with Sandra Bullock: all the fault of the hot dogs
While not mentioning the title, as reported EW it is highly probable that Hugh Grant is referring to Two Weeks Notice – Two weeks to fall in lovea 2002 romantic comedy that allowed him to share the scene with Sandra Bullock. It is precisely the name of the actress, which appeared in the speech, which made it possible to trace the title of the film in question. Interviewed on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Hugh Grant recalled the time he suffered particularly from stomach upset on a film set after eating four hot dogs in a row. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t pleasant.
I was shooting a movie in Coney Island, New York with Sandra Bullock and at lunchtime they suggested I try Nathan’s hot dogs. ‘They are famous’, they told me. So I tasted it, I got a hot dog from Nathan and it was the most delicious thing I’ve ever eaten in my life. So I wanted to eat another one and I couldn’t stop anymore, I thought I’d have two more. What no one has explained to me is that there are some ingredients that have a particular effect on digestion, especially in these hot dogs. So, to be delicate, I was late for my makeup touch-up. When I arrived they asked if I was okay. So I admitted to eating Nathan’s hot dogs and the Brooklyn makeup artist asked me if I was sick. Decidedly.
While not mentioning the film in question, Hugh Grant is probably referring to Two Week Notice, as it was filmed in Coney Island with Sandra Bullock. Hot dogs even have a scene of their own in the film, and Hugh Grant’s character even paid $100 to have one. In an interview with Collidershowever, the British actor told of the traumatic experience lived at Comic Con last summer to promote Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. One particularly devoted fan attended Comic-Con for three days, following him around, wearing a hot dog costume. “I couldn’t outrun him. I was terrified. I still have nightmares.”