With BBC announcing today Jamie Dornan's The Tourist thriller series and David Tennant's 80 Days Around the World series as highlights of their Christmas programming this year, we continue our festive coverage with three new holiday movies, beginning with CHRISTMAS AT CASTLE HART which arrives to Hallmark November 27th, which is this Saturday! It stars Stuart Townsend whom we haven't seen in a long while. Lacey Chabert is Brooke Bennett who goes to Ireland for Christmas to search for her Irish roots. While there, she meets Aiden Hart (Townsend). Mistaken for an elite event planner, she's hired to host his castle's epic Christmas party.
NINE KITTENS OF CHRISTMAS
STARRING BRANDON ROUTH
Nine Kittens arrive this Thursday!
you like to season your holiday season with cats, you will love the
plot of NINE KITTENS OF CHRISTMAS which arrives to Hallmark two days
earlier, this Friday, November 25th starring Superman Brandon Routh!
Here is the plot of the holiday romantic comedy: Zachary (Brandon Routh)
and Marilee (Kimberley Sustad) are thrown back together at Christmas
when they're tasked with finding homes for a litter of adorable kittens.
This is actually a sequel to Hallmark's 2014 movie The Nine Lives of
Christmas which was based on a book by Sheila Roberts. Guess their cats
got some kittens right around Holidays.
AN UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS
ROMANCE BETWEEN EXES
Friday is for Unexpected Christmas
November 26th, also over at Hallmark, is when you will be able to watch AN UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS a delightful festive romantic comedy starring Tyler Hynes as Jamie, who hasn't told his family that he and his now ex-girlfriend Emily (Bethany Joy Lenz) broke up. After an inopportune run-in with Emily at the train station in his hometown, Jamie convinces her to pretend they're still a couple to avoid ruining Christmas for his family. Jamie and Emily engage in a week long ruse of engaging in his family's holiday activities together. While they're stuck in his family's home together, the pair discovers their relationship might still have some potential, resulting in a very unexpected Christmas.
I am all for the X'mas movies at this time of the year!ReplyDelete
Hope you have Hallmark! Will you be going to some of Germany's famous Christmas fairs?Delete
Christmas movies are good this time of year.ReplyDelete
They bring us hope in love and positivity and optimism as well.Delete
nice your postReplyDelete
Flattering will get you far indeed... not with me though....Delete
I'm in for all 3, but the first one sounds like my favorite. You know I loves me anything to do with Ireland!ReplyDelete
Who wouldn't like to hit it off with an earl of a castle? I hope to get poster and trailer for Julian Morris royal Christmas movie next week!Delete
I will be anxiously awaiting that one!Delete
He plays a prince in it :)Delete
Just like in Once Upon A Time!Delete
I'm so excited, makes me all giddy!Delete
My comment was going to be almost exact to Theresa's. #1 for the win!ReplyDelete
That one is airing this weekend on Hallmark, so don't miss it.Delete