Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant forge memorable chemistry in this charmer about two very different people--William, an unassuming bookstore owner in London's Notting Hill section, and Anna, a Hollywood actress--who, against the odds, fall in love. After Anna wanders into William's shop while filming on location in London, the two share an instant attraction and find themselves attempting to forge a normal relationship despite Anna's megawatt star power. Screenwriter Richard Curtis (FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL) has crafted a traditional romantic comedy that is surprisingly frank in its depiction of the lives of the rich and famous and the price they pay for success.
Hugh Bonneville - Actor
Roger Michell - Director/"Buddha Suburbs"
Eric Fellner - Producer
Tim McInnerny - Actor/"Black Adder"
Rhys Ifans - British actor, NOTTING HILL
Trevor Jones - Composer, EXCALIBUR (1981)
Hugh Grant - British Actor
Nicholas Moore - Editor, LITTLE MAN (2006)
Nick Moore - Editor, LITTLE MAN (2006)
Duncan Kenworthy - Producer
Julia Roberts - Oscar-winning American actress, ERIN BROCKOVICH
Richard Curtis - Screenwriter
Gina McKee - Actress
Eric Coulter - ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
"...This role gives Ms. Roberts a lovely opportunity to poke fun at her own situation..." - 05/28/1999 New York Times, p.E7
"...NOTTING HILL doesn't just refresh. It's deadpan wit, ingenious fairy-tale premise and superbly accomplished cast will leave you feeling positively oxygenated..." - 05/28/1999 USA Today, p.1E
"...NOTTING HILL is a smartly cast and consistently amusing romantic comedy..." - 05/28/1999 Los Angeles Times, p.F1
"...The movie is bright, the dialogue has wit and intelligence, and Roberts and Grant are very easy to like..." - 05/28/1999 Chicago Sun-Times, p.30
4 stars out of 5 -- "A warm, romantic film for a rainy day, as Grant and Roberts play mismatched lovers....Their star quality here never waivers." - 12/01/2007 Total Film, p.89