'Road Trip Romance': 5 things you need to know about Hallmark romcom
Megan's worst nightmare becomes a reality when she is forced to share a car ride with her biggest high school enemy
Imagine having to spend a whole car ride with someone you locked horns with in high school! Hallmark has brought that story to TV with upcoming drama 'Road Trip Romance'.
The plot of the seemingly intriguing romcom sounds promising, and why wouldn't it be? Tune in to watch Megan Miller (Natalie Hall) bump into her biggest rival from school, Alden Brown (Corey Sevier), while scrambling to make it on time for her sister's wedding day. WIll some old habits just die hard?
When does 'Road Trip Romance' release and where can you watch it?
'Road Trip Romance' releases on Saturday, May 14, 2022, at 8/7c. You can watch it on the Hallmark channel.
What is 'Road Trip Romance' all about?
The Hallmark synopsis reads, "An escalating series of unfortunate events keep delaying a young woman's journey to her sister's wedding – a journey she is forced to take with the guy who was her biggest rival in high school."
Who stars in the Hallmark drama?
Natalie Hall as Megan Miller
Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Natalie Hall is a Canadian singer and actress. Growing up, Hall played the lead role of Annie in a community theatre production. She also bagged first place in a national singing competition, where she represented British Columbia. Hall was trained at the London Academy of Ballet and graduated with honors of distinction in dance when she was sixteen.
Hall is no stranger to the show business and has already been on Broadway, in several films as well as TV productions. Her debut appearance on TV was her portrayal of the role of Colby Chandler (2009-2011) on the soap opera 'All My Children'. She also starred in 'Only the Brave' (2017), alongside Miles Teller, Josh Brolin and Jeff Bridges.
The rest of the cast includes Corey Sevier as Alden Brown, Dave Rose as Cabbie, Elana Dunkelman as Della Simmons, Julia Borsellino as Blair Miller, Colton Royce as Jack Evans, Danielle Bourgon as Zadie, George Krissa as Franklin, Derick Agyemang as Will, Jesse Reynolds as the receptionist, Wendy German as Edie Miller, and Kate MacLellan as Stella.
The writers of the movie are JB White and Steve N White, with Samantha Wan as the director.
Here's a quick preview of the upcoming Hallmark movie to get you up to speed!