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Bridget Jones is back but Daniel Cleaver is out! Alas, no Hugh Grant.

Colin Firth and Renee Zellweger are set to reprise their roles in Bridget Jones's Baby. Although the script is being kept under wraps we think there could be a clue in the title.

Grey's Anatomy star Patrick Dempsey confirmed today on Instagram that he has joined the Bridget Jones cast.

Nice to be working in England. Renee and Colin are an absolute joy to work with! A good couple of days rehearsing at Pinewood Studios. I really like it here!

A photo posted by Patrick (@patrickdempsey) on Sep 23, 2015 at 3:30pm PDT

The film is not based on Helen Fielding's latest book Bridget Jones: Mad About The Boy. Fielding wrote the screenplay from her previous columns with David Nicholls (One Day, Us). Filming is due to start in October.

Here's a little reminder of classic Bridget Jones.

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