British actor Hugh Grant poses for photographers upon arrival at at the Kensington Odeon in west London, for the premiere of the film The Rewrite, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)
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Actor Hugh Grant, who became the poster boy for the charming British fop in romantic comedies such as "Four Weddings and a Funeral" and "Notting Hill," is delighted not to be part of Hollywood anymore.Grant channels his feelings in his latest film, "The Rewrite," as Keith, a washed up screenwriter who moves to a small New York town to give a college course on the sometimes cynical and occasionally realistic perils of Hollywood. Grant, 54, has also been active since 2011 in the Hacked Off campaign, which is dedicated to raising awareness about the victims of press abuse. There are certain celebrities that sell themselves to the press and there are also celebrity bloggers who are untrained journalists. What's your take on that, because people's personal lives are still invaded? People now with giant Twitter followers, millions more than people that read newspapers, at least they have a voice.
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