Bridget Jones’s Baby (And The Bridget Jones Trilogy) (1)
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First, a little history. The character of Bridget Jones was created by journalist and author Helen Fielding, after being invited to write a column for The Independent in 1995. It was intended as a satirical, relatable take on the pressures applied to women by glossy magazines, such as Cosmopolitan, and it presented the tale of a thirty-something single woman living in London, trying to figure out her career and life with the help of a surrogate family of friends. A novelisation of the column was published in 1996, with a sequel book following in 1999. The first film adaptation (Bridget Jones’s Diary) arrived in 2001, with a second film (Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason) being released in 2004. Bridget Jones’s Baby (2016) is the third instalment in the franchise.
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