'Rise and shine, Benedict Stone': Release date, spoilers and all about Hallmark film

The feel-good movie is all set to premiere on the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries platform


                            'Rise and shine, Benedict Stone': Release date, spoilers and all about Hallmark film
A still from 'Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone' (Hallmark)

'Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone' is a film adapted by Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, from the book of the same name by Phaedra Patrick. It's a warm family movie and takes us back to the days when Hallmark Hall of Fame films were weekly staples on the main broadcast networks.

The story of the film centers around Benedict Stone, who runs his family's business: A jewelry shop specializing in gemstones. The unexpected arrival of his niece Gemma turns his life around. Gemma is the daughter of his estranged brother. Will life ever be the same for Benedict?

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Release date

'Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone' will premiere on September 26, Sunday, at 9/8 c, on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.  

Spoilers

Gemma is the teenage daughter of Benedict's estranged brother. The two Stone brothers had a fallout and haven't spoken to each other in almost 20 years, since Charlie left for America. Reckless and stubborn, Gemma invites herself into Benedict's world and turns his orderly life upside down. However, she might just be exactly what he needs to get his life back on track.

With promising characters and irresistible charm, 'Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone' is a reminder of the unbreakable bonds of family and shows that having someone to embrace life with is always better than standing on your own. The official synopsis says: "The story is about Benedict Stone and his wife Emilia who got separated after 10 years, when trying for a baby becomes unsuccessful".

Cast

Tom Everett Scott as Benedict



 

With a handful of diverse roles, Tom Everett Scott has developed a reputation as one of the most versatile actors in the film industry, showing up on the big screen, small screen, and on stage. Scott made his directing debut with the short comedy 'Glock', which won Best Short Film award at the Gen Art Film Festival.

Mia Maestro as Emilia



 

Mia Maestro made her feature debut in Carlos Saura’s 'Tango', which earned Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for Best Foreign Film. Her most recent work is having starred in Domenico De Feudis’ Italian feature 'Legame' (also called 'The Binding') for Netflix, produced by Academy Award winner, Paolo Sorrentino.

The rest of the cast includes Ella Ballentine as Gemma, Matthew James Dowden as Lawrence Donnington, Matt Hamilton as Charlie Stone, Roark Critchlow as Reggie, Rochelle Greenwood as Jenny Stone, Francesca Bianchi as Maggie, Maddy Hillis as Lisa, Georgie Daburas as Joseph Stone, Andy Nez as Owen, Austin Trapp as Steve, Stephanie Florian as Diane, Alec Santos as Tony and Quinten James as young Benedict.

Writer/Director

The movie is directed by Peter Benson and written by Phaedra Patrick and Melissa Salmons.

Trailer

While we wait for the movie to premiere, here's a first look at the trailer!



 

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