Valentine Ever After is a warm new two-hour Hallmark Channel movie that will premiere in just two days. The Hallmark Channel has entertained us with delightful movies all throughout the winter season, starting with the Thanksgiving movies to the "Countdown to Christmas" movies. Valentine Ever After, also known as Disorderly Conduct, is one of several movies that are a part of the "Countdown to Valentine's Day" line-up.
This newest family TV movie is about a city girl who meets a cowboy during an unplanned stay in the snow-capped mountains of Wyoming. Valentine Ever After stars Autumn Reeser as Julia, Eric Johnson as Ben, Autumn Hall as Waitress, and Leigh Elliott as Wanda, according to International Business Times.
Valentine Ever After Hallmark Movie SynopsisValentine's Ever After focuses around Julia, a cute city girl who is planning to be a lawyer. She has an amazing life that includes her friend, Sydney, and a handsome long-time boyfriend who comes from a very rich family. But, as a working girl from the city, her life is always full. First, she has to pass the bar exam in two weeks -- and second, she is planning to wed her fiancé, where there will be 300 guests in attendance.
Her engagement and wedding announcement has already hit the papers, and now she is really pressed for time. Feeling overwhelmed, Julia is excited to relax a little when she takes off with her best friend, Sydney, on a skiing trip in Wyoming.
It's an odd time to be taking a trip with all that Julia has to do, but she needs to de-stress. Plus, this will be quite an adventure. But, their plans go awry when they have unexpected car trouble in the middle of "Nowhere," Wyoming.
Luckily for the girls, a handsome cowboy arrives on the scene and offers to lead Julia and Sydney back to his family's ranch located in the next valley, where they can receive a hot meal and a warm bed for the night. Stuck in Emmettsville, Julia and Sydney just have to find a way to pass the time, and what better way to do that than to see what Emmettsville offers at night?
Once in town, they get into a bit of trouble -- trouble that could land them in jail, unless they do 30 days of community service, which involves doing several country-girl tasks that these two city girls are ill-equipped to handle. But, when Julia decides to throw a fundraiser for the local hospital, she realizes that she is becoming more attached to her new cowboy, Ben, and the lure of small-town life in rural Wyoming.
Some cast information about Valentine Ever After follows, according to the Hallmark Channel.
Actress Autumn Reeser
"Autumn Reeser has established herself as a highly sought after young actress in film and television. Most recently, she wrapped in the Clint Eastwood feature 'Sully' opposite Tom Hanks, Laura Linney and Aaron Eckart. She also starred in ABC's drama series 'Last Resort,' and was seen on ABC's drama series 'The Whispers.' On the film side, Reeser appeared in 'So Undercover,' starring Miley Cyrus. She also appeared in 'The Big Bang.' Additional television credits include the ABC Family film 'Nature of the Beast,' as well as guest roles in 'Royal Pains,' 'Jane by Design,' [and] 'Pushing Daisies.' "Actor Eric Johnson
"Currently starring alongside Clive Owen in Steven Soderbergh's, THE KNICK, for HBO/CINEMAX as Dr. Everett Gallinger, Eric Johnson has appeared in over 50 television and film productions. He is most familiar to audiences for his starring roles in ABC's ROOKIE BLUE, CW's SMALLVILLE and the SYFY series FLASH GORDON as Flash himself. Making his professional debut at the age of 12, it was his featured role in the Academy Award winning film LEGENDS OF THE FALL. Recent credits include ORPHAN BLACK (BBC US) and CRIMINAL MINDS (CBS)."Valentine Ever After is written by Teena Booth and Alana Smithee, with Dylan Neal and Joel S. Rice as executive producers. The Hallmark Channel movie is produced by Muse Entertainment Enterprises. Mark your calendars to watch this Saturday, February 13, at 9 p.m. / 8 p.m. central on the Hallmark Channel, the heart of Valentines.
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