You know that there is not a Hallmark movie that I don’t get excited for, no matter what it is. I am fully aware that they are all formulaic and I don’t care. I love them and they make me happy.
What’s it about? The synopsis is, “after opening a 100-year-old time capsule and finding her grandfather’s old journal, Lou (Sparks) questions whether she should move to New York after Christmas to further her writing career or stay in Pine Grove to carry on her family’s local newspaper. Charming chef, Kyle (Xavier), is also at a crossroads, visiting Pine Grove for the holidays. When Lou and Kyle meet, they both have doubts about their future, but the magic of the holiday season and the connection they have, helps each of their journeys.”
These two are adorable and I love a good Christmas movie.
“Christmas is so special to me and I’m thrilled that I get to share this festive movie with you all this year,” said Sparks. “I loved being able to perform some of my favorite Christmas melodies, one for the first time, as part of the movie. Joining the Hallmark family is a dream come true! I know people are going to fall in love with Lou and our story that truly represents the phrase, ‘Home is where the Heart is.’”
And to no surprise, Sparks will sing three songs in the movie, “This Christmas” and on the piano, “Oh Holy Night” being two of them, with the third being “Oh, It’s Christmas” from her 2020 Christmas album.
No premiere date as of yet, but we’re anxiously awaiting more information.
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