'Christmas with a Crown': 5 things to know about Lifetime's latest romance film
Safe to say, Lifetime has already begun spreading the joy and festive spirit in the form of its Christmas movies roster that began in November and is all set to continue through the holiday season. 'Christmas with a Crown' is the latest in the offing and releases just one day after another much-awaited flick, 'Christmas Movie Magic'.
Directed by Dylan Pearce, the movie stars Lisa Durupt and 'Arrow' star Marcus Rosner and will be another Christmas miracle love tale. And while we wait for the release of the romance drama, here are a few titles that could check out in the meantime: 'A Fiance for Christmas', 'Baking Spirits Bright', 'Miracle in Motor City' and 'Merry Liddle Christmas Baby'
When does 'Christmas with a Crown' release?
'Christmas with a Crown' is all set to premiere Wednesday, December 8 at 8 pm / 7c
What is 'Christmas with a Crown' all about?
The official synopsis reads: "After Cassie (Lisa Durupt) returns to her hometown to revive her family’s traditional Christmas festival, she meets a dashing stranger, Nicolas (Marcus Rosner), who’s volunteered to help organize the event. Sparks begin to fly between them, but little does she know that he’s really a prince in disguise, longing to find the true spirit of the holidays. It will take a Christmas miracle of royal proportions for their hearts to meet as one."
Who stars in the Lifetime movie?
Lisa Durupt stars as Cassie in the Christmas romance drama. She is best known for 'Heartland', and 'Time for Them to Come Home for Christmas'. Co-starring is Marcus Rosner whose previous works include 'Arrow', 'Love on Harbor Island ' and 'Sweet Mountain Christmas'. Teryl Rothery, Diana-Marie Stolz, Michael Lazarovitch, Faith Louissaint, Jesse Gervais and Dianne Wulf round up the rest of the cast.
Dylan Pearce directs the film from a script by Michael Varrati. Durupt and Rosner serve as executive producers. Andrew Scholotiuk, Michell Molineux, Michael Lazarovitch and Pearce come in as producers.