Hugh Grant makes a call for the return of a script full of many weeks with notes and ideas & # 39; after thieves were burgled in hell. Grant Grant has revealed that thieves have broken into his car at night and stole the film scenario. His medical cards for children can also be stolen in the bag of celebrities from vehicles, including David. Baddiel and Kevin Pieterson gathered to support star By
Amie Gordon for Mailonline
05:14 EST, January 14, 2019
05:53 EST, January 14, 2019
Hugh Grant has called on thieves who have broken into his car during the night and stole the script for a new film he is working on. The actor revealed this morning that the script was left in a bag in his car.Grant asked for the script to be returned, adding that it is full of many weeks of notes and ideas & # 39; used to be. He took on Twitter today to share a call for help and revealed that his children's medical cards may also be in the bag.
The actor took Twitter to appeal to find his lost script after his car was burgled
Hugh Grant, pictured with his wife Anna Elisabet Eberstein at the Golden Globes on January 6, revealed that a bag with his script was stolen from his car. The star asked for the script that would be sent back to Coach Films at Ealing Studios in London. Although it remains unclear where he left his car, cricketer Kevin Pieterson suggested that the theft took place on the road where they both live in Kensington, West London. Grant tweette: & # 39; In the unlikely event that someone knows who broke into my car tonight and stole my bag, try to persuade him to at least send my script back. Many weeks of notes and ideas. And maybe the medical cards of my children. Coach Films, Ealing St Mary's Ealing Green W5 5EN & # 39; Celebrities who have shared the actor's twos are David Baddiel, who replied: & # 39; Sorry. I have had a very bad writer's block. & # 39; Cricketer Kevin Pieterson tweette: B ****** s! Our street is invaded by withers?! & # 39;
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