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The trailer for the "Love Actually" mini-sequel dropped Wednesday

The short film features several of the original stars, including Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson and Keira Knightley

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Reunions among friends often mean sizing up who has aged well, and that’s true for the cast of “Love Actually”

In a new trailer for a short-sequel to the 2003 Christmas classic, stars from the film share their thoughts on who has aged best.

Hugh Grant holds up a cue card reading: “It’s not Colin Firth.”

Next, Liam Neeson’s card reads: “I think it’s obviously Liam, isn’t it?”

The short is in honor of Red Nose Day, a fundraiser for children in need created by Richard Curtis, who is also the writer and director of “Love Actually.”

Related: See the first pictures from the ‘Love Actually’ mini-sequel

You can see the “Love Actually” reunion on Red Nose Day in the United States on May 25 on NBC.