Hugh Grant's Hilarious Admission: Why He Wishes He Never Made This Movie

During a recent appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden", Hugh Grant was tasked with either eating a worm pie or confessing which movie he wished he had never made.

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Hugh Grant's Hilarious Admission: Why He Wishes He Never Made This Movie

During a recent appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden", Hugh Grant was tasked with either eating a worm pie or confessing which movie he wished he had never made. Grant chose the latter and revealed his regret about starring in "The Lady and the Highwayman".

The movie, based on a novel by Barbara Cartland, boasts a strong cast including Oliver Reed, Michael York, and John Mills. However, the film was low-budget with a bad wig and hat, and as Grant puts it, "It's poor." "I'm a highway man.

I'm meant to be sexy," Grant said as they flashed a photo of the comical poster for the film on the screen. "Low-budget, bad wig, bad hat. I look like Deputy Dawg." Grant laughed off the role, admitting, "It's poor." In another interview with ET, Grant confessed that the dancing scene in "Love Actually" was one of the most dreaded moments of his career.

Despite the movie's popularity, Grant has no qualms about poking fun at himself and admitting his faults. Critics seem to agree with Grant's self-critique, as Rotten Tomatoes has labeled "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" as his worst movie, with a measly 12% rating.

The movie stars Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker as a couple sent into Witness Protection. Other low-rated Grant movies, according to Rotten Tomatoes, include 1995's comedy "Nine Months" (25%), 2004's "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" (27%), 1990's "Crossing the Line" (33%), and 2006's "American Dreamz" (38%).

Hugh Grant: A Legendary Actor with No Regrets

Hugh Grant is a well-known actor, loved for his charming wit and captivating performances. However, even with his impressive body of work, he is not afraid to be honest and self-critical.

In his recent appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden", he showed his humorous side by laughing off his regretful performance in "The Lady and the Highwayman". Grant's honesty and ability to take criticism make him all the more endearing to his fans.

Despite his past regrets, Grant remains one of the most celebrated actors of his time, proving that even legendary actors have moments they'd like to forget.

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