‘Lonestar Christmas’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Lifetime holiday movie
It revolves around single mom Erin and how she unexpectedly falls in love with local restaurateur Mateo
Christmas movies are undoubtedly special and fans wait eagerly for these special movies. And every year Lifetime also comes up with a variety of interesting Christmas movies for its viewers. While classics are always nice to revisit during festive season, the new ones also have plenty of entertainment to offer. So, if you are looking to make your Christmas countdown entertaining, you can check out the new Lifetime movie ‘Lonestar Christmas’. Here are the details of the movie.
‘Lonestar Christmas’ will premiere on Monday, December 14 at 8 pm ET on Lifetime.
The official synopsis reads, “When a single mom Erin (Stephanie Bennett) takes her daughters to spend Christmas with her estranged dad on his Texas ranch, she unexpectedly falls in love with local restaurateur Mateo (Marco Grazzini) while learning to forgive her father for the past.”
The leads of this film are Stephanie Bennett and Marco Grazzini. Bennett is a Canadian actress. She has appeared in projects such as ‘Leprechaun: Origins’, ‘Shadowhunters’, ‘The Romeo Section’ and ‘UnREAL’. Grazzini is also a Canadian actor. He was seen in projects like ‘Virgin River’, ‘Kim's Convenience’, ‘The Murders’ and ‘The Art of More’. He has acted in TV movies such as ‘Close Up’ and ‘Christmas Unwrapped’. According to IMDb, other cast members include Brent Stait, Colleen Wheeler, Lina Renna, Emma Oliver, BJ Harrison, Mercedes De La Cruz and Laura Soltis, among others.
Lonestar Christmas is produced by BRB Pictures and distributed by Nicely Entertainment. Kristofer McNeeley and Vanessa Shapiro serve as executive producers. The film is directed by Lucie Guest and the script is by Casie Tabanou and Alison Spuck.
An official trailer has not been released, we will update this space as soon as it does
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