The Holiday’s Nancy Meyers debunks false reports about Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet sequel

Nancy Meyers has shut down false reports about an upcoming sequel to her 2006 romcom The holidays.

The director’s cult classic, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet, follows two heartbroken women who bond with romantic pick-me-ups after a home swap.

Reports circulated on Tuesday (December 6) that stars Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet had “signed on” for a sequel toThe holidays that would bring back the original cast

Hours later, however, Meyers shared a screenshot of a report by the Daily mail on her Instagram wrote: “So many DMs about this – sorry but it’s not true.”

Following Meyer’s apology, journalist and TV presenter Katie Couric responded with a “broken heart” emoji.

Before the false reports were debunked, many fans of the original film had reacted excitedly to the news.

“Wait what I gagged a bit,” one wrote on social media, while a second commented, “Christmas just gets better.”

Others were suspicious of the report, with a third adding: “I need a real source on this.”

“Liar!!!! Burn the whole place down!” someone tweeted.

While promoting her latest filmAvatar: The Way of WaterWinslet also denied the rumors and told persons: “I’ve read about it, but it’s the first time I’ve heard about it.

“I promise you no agent or representative or anyone from the first round spoke to me about this. Hand on heart, that has never happened before.”

Jack Black, who starred in the film as Iris (Winslet) film composer Love Interest Miles, momentarily forgot his film appearance during a 2019 interview.

When asked about his favorite Christmas movie, Black asked, “Do I have a Christmas movie? Which one is mine?”

Quickly realizing his mistake, he exclaimed, “Oh, The holidays! Apparently, The holidays!”

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