'The Vows We Keep': Release date, spoilers and all about Hallmark film
Hazel is a professional event planner, and so, must organize the perfect wedding for her sister in less than a month's time. Unfortunately, she finds out that Rosewood, the exact place where their parents were married, is now being sold. The inn has been in the owner, Simone’s family, for four generations now. Not only is it a beloved landmark of the community, but also a place where so many couples have begun their lives and promised forever to each other.
To make her sister's one dream come true, Hazel meets with Jared, the man preparing the historic estate for sale. She agrees to plan all the remaining events before the sale of the property, but on one condition. He should allow her sister’s wedding to take place and go on as planned. As they work together, they are reminded of the importance of traditions in enriching people’s lives.
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The movie premieres on Sunday, October 10, at 9/8c on Hallmark movies.
The official synopsis read: "Follows an event planner who must organize the perfect wedding for her sister in less than a month".
After a year-long hiatus, Fiona Gubelmann is back on Hallmark. This new pairing with Antonio Cayonne, who was just promoted to Hallmark's leading man last Christmas, sure is exciting news.
Antonio Cayonne as Jared
Antonio Cayonne is a Canadian actor, known for 'The X-Files' (1993), 'Christmas in Evergreen: Bells are Ringing' (2020), and 'Colony' (2016). He is also known for his role as Bruce Herman on 'Bates Motel'. Other acting credits include 'Appetite for Love', 'Aftermath', and 'Ties That Bind'.
Fiona Gubelmann as Hazel
A native of Southern California, Fiona Gubelmann was raised in San Diego and then moved to Los Angeles to attend UCLA, where she studied Theater. As of early 2017, she plays Lori on the hit Netflix/ Norman Lear series, 'One Day at a Time' (2017), and on the Star Jones produced series, 'Daytime Divas' (2017), opposite Vanessa Williams.
The rest of the cast includes Linda Thorson as Simone, Zibby Allen as Lindsey, Michele Scarabelli as Faye, David Kaye as Joe, Kurt Long as Raymond, Keith Mackechnie as Don, Kendall Cross as Erin, Gabrielle Jacinto as Mariah, Guy Christie as George, Desiree Zurowski as Trina, Ted Cole as John, Keren Burkett as Shop Clerk, and Stephen Aberle as Rabbi.
The film is written by Andrea Nasfell and Nicole Baxter and directed by Jessica Harmon.
While we patiently wait for the movie to premiere, here's a look at the trailer:
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