Andrew Lincoln and his message cards are back in the first teaser trailer for the Love Actually Comic Relief sequel.
The Walking Dead star is seen reprising his role as Mark and recreating one of the most memorable scenes from the 2003 romantic comedy.
He's encouraging viewers to watch the sequel on Red Nose Day.
Recent photos from the set of the sequel appear to resolve the original film's now infamous love triangle.
The images, uploaded by producer Emma Freud from the set, seem to reveal that Juliet (Kiera Knightley) did in fact stay with Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) after all.
It also looks like Mark actually ended up with supermodel Kate Moss.
We've also gotten a glimpse of the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) and his love interest played by Martine McCutcheon on set along with Liam Neeson and his on-screen son Thomas Brodie-Sangster.
'Red Nose Actually' will air on BBC One on Red Nose Day – Friday, March 24th.
Meanwhile, it has also been announced that Take That have filmed a special edition of Carpool Karaoke with James Corden for Comic Relief. Read more HERE.