THIS is why Hugh Grant will not star in another romantic comedy

Hugh Grant has revealed why he will not star in another romantic comedy.
The actor is best known for his charismatic roles in numerous rom-coms including, Notting Hill, Four Weddings and A Funeral, Love Actually, Bridget Jones’ Diary, Two Weeks Notice and Did You Hear About The Morgans?
The 63-year-old appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show to promote his latest film, Wonka, and discussed the host of romantic comedies he famously starred in.
Hugh and Andie MacDowell in Four Weddings and A Funeral
Host Drew, asked the actor how it feels to be in his “renaissance” era, which she then dubbed his “Hugh-aissance.”
Hugh admitted: “Lovely. I told you I got a bit better. I got a little less bad after I had children, got married, got happier.”
He then revealed: “I got too old and fat and ugly to do romantic comedies, obviously, so I got off with more interesting things.”
Hugh and Drew starred in Music & Lyrics together
Despite his answer, the 48-year-old revealed that she feels the actor is still worthy of these roles.
“It’s funny because I don’t see you that way at all and in fact everybody, after we were together, was like, ‘Why are you two not in a film together?’.”
“Come on then,” responded the Wonka actor.
“We need to do another one,” Drew revealed.