Ashley Williams and Kimberly Williams-Paisley keep it in the family this holiday season. The brothers have teamed up for a couple of Hallmark Channel movies featuring sisters who trade cities just before Christmas. Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday broadcast Sunday, December 4th. Sister Swap: Christmas in the City premiere Sunday 12 December.
Ashley Williams was closely involved in the development of “Sister Swap”.
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Williams, who has starred in many Hallmark films over the years, has taken a leading role in its development. Brother exchange movies, revealed on December 1st Instagram Position.
“I had a heavy hand in every aspect of these #sisterswap movies. I was there for every script meeting during the development process. “I was in the production office from the first day of preparation, all day every day of filming for six weeks and the whole transmission process that took months,” he wrote.
The actor, who has also appeared in performances and films such as How I met your mother and Something borrowed, he went on to say that “he loves[s] the work that goes into filmmaking and storytelling. He thanked Hallmark for “empowering” her in “every step of the way”. In addition to protagonists in Brother exchange films, Williams and Williams-Paisley are also executive producers.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley says making two Hallmark movies with her sister “was one of the happiest moments of my career”
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For Bride’s father The protagonist Williams-Paisley, who had the opportunity to work closely with her sister was a dream come true.
“Making these films with these friends and family was one of the happiest moments of my career,” he wrote in a December 2 post. Instagram Position. “We removed our queues, but we had so much fun and we look forward to seeing them.”
In an interview with KTLA, Williams revealed that she came up with the idea of two interconnected films five years ago. Then she gave it to her sister, who hurried to say yes. Hallmark also agreed and they proceeded to develop the films.
The “Sister Swap” movies are interrelated, but you do not need to watch both
In the Brother exchange Williams-Paisley plays Jennifer, who runs a restaurant in Salt Lake City. Williams plays Meg’s sister, who still lives in their small hometown, Hazelwood.
In Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday, Jennifer returns to Hazelwood for the holidays after Meg comes to town for the weekend and agrees to stay and help with the restaurant. Jennifer, who is a widow with a teenage son, wants to enjoy the last Christmas at the local theater owned by their uncle Dave (Kevin Nealon). She works with her former high school opponent Eric (Mark Decklin) to save the theater.
In Sister Swap: Christmas in the city, Meg holds down the fort at Jennifer’s restaurant while Jennifer is in Heiselwood. Helps staff prepare for a competition where the winner receives a donation to the charity of their choice. When the sparkling Meg works with the more restrained restaurant manager Joe (Keith Robinson), they realize that their differences make them a great team.
While the Brother exchange The movies have overlapping characters and stories, you do not need to watch both to enjoy the holiday fun. However, there will be some common scenes that will make the screening experience extra fun for those who have seen each movie.
“Movies exist independently, but they go together like bread and butter,” Williams-Paisley wrote on Instagram. “Like Santa Claus and his reindeer. Like two sisters! ”
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