'A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas' on Hallmark: Release date, plot, cast, and everything you need to know about the holiday flick
Christmas is undoubtedly the best season of the year as it sparks romance and kisses under the mistletoe. But, will Willow succeed in helping her sister plan the wedding of her dreams?
Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel has come up with an absolutely dreamy Christmas movie for all its viewers this holiday season. Christmas is undoubtedly the best season of the year as it sparks romance and kisses under the mistletoe.
The film 'A Blue Ridge Mountain Christmas' is based on the novella written by Hope Ramsay. It is currently in the post-production process and is all set to hit the screens soon. Here's everything we know about the film so far:
The film is all set to warm your screens and souls on November 7.
Willow, a hotel manager by profession, returns to her hometown in Virginia to help her sister plan a Christmas wedding at the inn her family once owned. However, the current owner of the villa is a single dad, David.
Willow must work with David, who wants to let go of the past. Will Willow succeed in helping her sister plan the wedding of her dreams?
Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael is known for her role in films like 'She's All That' (1999), 'Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children' (2005), 'Get Carter' (2000) and '11:14' (2003). She will be seen playing the role of Willow in this movie.
Benjamin was previously seen on many TV shows and movies. He is known for roles in shows and films like 'Saving Hope' (2012-2017), 'jPod' (2008), 'Suits' (2018-2019) and 'Burden of Truth' (2018)
He is the director of the popular show 'Van Helsing' (2017-2019). He has also directed shows like 'Are You Afraid of the Dark' (1993-1995), 'Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie' (1997) and 'Stargate: Atlantis' (2004)
No preview or trailer for this film has been released so far. Come back later for the latest updates!
Where to watch
The film will air on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel at 9 pm/8c
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