‘Love Actually’ Will Return as a Short Film
What does love look like 14 years later? “Love Actually” is getting a sequel of sorts: a short film by the original’s writer-director, Richard Curtis, starring many of the original cast members. Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Andrew Lincoln, Rowan Atkinson and many other actors will return to the roles they played […]
Red Nose Day Campaign to End Child Poverty Returns in the U.S.
All Major Partners — Walgreens, NBC, M&M’S and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation — Renew Commitment to Red Nose Day for 2017. Millions of Americans Helped to Raise Over $60 Million in the Last Two Years for Children in Need in America and Internationally. Read More
Walgreens’ customers contribute $20 million toward ‘Red Nose Day’
Drug Store News reports on Walgreen’s incredible $20 million contribution to Red Nose Day 2016, including a thank you video showing people across the country getting seriously silly to support the cause. (DSN.com)
Tamron Hall talks to Richard Curtis about the impact of Red Nose Day 2016
In the lead up to Red Nose Day 2016, MNSBC’s Tamron Hall talks to co-creator Richard Curtis about the impact funds raised will have for kids in need here in the US and around the world, and takes a look at one of the Feeding America programs that Red Nose Day helps to fund.
Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Rings Nasdaq Opening Bell in Celebration of Red Nose Day
On May 26, 2016 Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., rang the Opening Bell with the Red Nose Day team at the Nasdaq Stock Market, ‘ringing in’ Red Nose Day 2016. Yahoo News.
Jack Black, Red Nose Day Team Up To Fight Poverty, Follow Up With Kids In Uganda
In this interview Joe Fryer sits down with actor Jack Black to discuss his involvement in Red Nose Day in the US. Jack reflects on the profound impact of meeting Felix, a homeless boy who was living on the streets, and what’s in store for Red Nose Day in 2016. Today Show, NBC.
Jack Black visits Uganda to raise awareness of poverty
As part of the inaugural Red Nose Day in the US, actor Jack Black traveled to Uganda to meet kids living in poverty, and was deeply affected, breaking his public promise not to cry. Today Show, NBC.
Everybody ‘nose’ these stars set for ‘Red Nose Day’
Published shortly before 2016’s Red Nose Day, Business Insider provides a look at what Red Nose Day and the Red Nose Day Special are all about.
Red carpet round up from The Red Nose Day Special, 2016
A Red Nose Day red carpet round up from the Daily Mail featuring Malin Akerman, Mel B, Stephen Belafonte, Sterling K. Brown, Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and more. Daily Mail.
Paul Rudd, Anna Kendrick, Kristen Bell pitch in for the kids
Acclaimed filmmaker and Red Nose Day co-founder Richard Curtis wants to viewers to know exactly how the funds raised by Red Nose Day will be used to help kids who need us most. In ths interview, he’s joined by Red Nose Day supporter and actor Paul Rudd. Zap2It.
Julia Roberts highlights a school nurse’s special touch
Actress Julia Roberts visited the Children’s First Academy in Phoenix to see firsthand how children living below the poverty line are getting care through programs supported by funds from Red Nose Day. NBC’s Joe Fryer sits down with Roberts and Red Nose Day co-founder Richard Curtis to learn more about the impact of the program […]
Gearing up for 15th annual Comcast Cares Day
In the lead up to the 15th Annual Comcast Cares Day, Richard Curtis, co-founder of Red Nose Day joins David Cohen of Comcast and Hugh Evans of Global Citizen to discuss Comcast’s community impact partnerships with the Morning Joe team. Morning Joe, MSNBC.
13 Photos Of Your Favorite Celebrities Supporting Red Nose Day
In advance of Red Nose Day 2016, BuzzFeed shares an exclusive look at 13 stars supporting the cause.