The cast of “Love Actually” is finally getting back together, and NBC has your first look. The peacock network released a trailer for the short film, which will be part of their Red Nose Day special.

The trailer, seen above, doesn’t actually reveal anything about the special. The clip, inspired by Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln’s notecard scene, explains that we’ll get to catch up with all of our favorite characters 15 years later. They also joke that audiences will get to see which actor aged best.

“One thing’s for sure…” Knightley’s card reads.

“It’s not Colin Firth,” Firth’s card jokes.

Liam Neeson’s sign reads: “I think it’s obviously Liam isn’t it?”

The clip also shows just how much the kids from the movie, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Olivia Olson, have grown up. However, not everyone is in the “Red Nose Day Actually” reunion. Emma Thompson will not reprise her role because of Alan Rickman’s death. Rickman died Jan. 14, 2016 after battling pancreatic cancer.

“Richard [Curtis, director] wrote to me and said, ‘Darling we can’t write anything for you because of Alan,’ and I said, ‘No of course, it would be sad, too sad. It’s too soon,’” Thompson told Reuters last month. “It’s absolutely right because it’s supposed to be for Comic Relief, but there isn’t much comic relief in the loss of our dear friend really only just over a year ago.”

The Red Nose Day special raises money to help children living in poverty, according to NBC. The first two specials raised over $60 million for the cause. Though it’s a serious problem in the U.S., the special stays upbeat with shorts like this. “Red Nose Day Actually” is a ten-minute film to help bring viewers to the special.

Unfortunately, American viewers have to wait until May 25 at 10 p.m. EST to see it on NBC. However, the U.K. will get to see it early. BBC’s Red Nose Day special will air Friday, March 24.