The Wedding March is an endearing new Hallmark movie that is making its way to the screen this weekend. In fulfillment of their June Wedding promotion, the Hallmark Channel hasn’t disappointed us with its enchanting summer line-up. The romantic family film is directed by Neill Fearnley and written by Neal H. Dobrofsky and Tippi Dobrofsky.
The Wedding March is about a blushing bride-to-be who hires a wedding singer and is shocked to learn that the performer is her college sweetheart. The movie stars Josie Bissett as Olivia, Jack Wagner as Mick, Cameron Bancroft as Josh Johnson, Aaron Pearl as Duke, Serge Houde as Johnny, Joseph John Coleman as Young Duke, and Shay Halverson as Young Olivia.
The Wedding March Movie Synopsis
Olivia Phillips is a beautiful single mother who runs her own home-staging business alongside her fiancé and partner, Josh Johnson, who is the real estate agent for the company. Olivia and Josh have decided to get married, and Olivia’s daughter, Grace, couldn’t be more excited. Part of preparing for her wedding is finding a venue for it, which she finds in a charming little inn located in Vermont.
When Josh and Olivia arrive at the inn, Olivia bumps into her college sweetheart, Mick, an aging musician who happens to own the inn and is the wedding singer for Olivia’s upcoming nuptials. Surprised and shocked, Olivia seems a bit annoyed that she has unwittingly hired her ex, but she decides to make it work. After all, the inn’s lush grounds are absolutely stunning.
For the first time, Josh and Mick get to meet each other, and Josh knows that Mick was the one who got away. But, Josh is always so busy with his job that it seems he doesn’t take the time to feel the passion and desire in his relationship with Olivia. Going through a range of emotions, Olivia realizes that being back in Mick’s company is making her feel alive again and making her return to a time when she was truly happy. Olivia and Mick had a whirlwind relationship back in college, but the relationship ended suddenly after Mick, who was an aspiring rock singer, had the chance to go on tour. By the time he returned, Olivia had moved on with her life, and they haven’t seen each other in 25 years.
Although Mick eventually married, he never forgot Olivia and regrets never having the chance to tell her how much he loved and needed her in his life. Now that he is a widow, he tries to win Olivia back through the songs and the music that brought them together all those years ago, leaving Olivia torn between moving forward with Josh or falling into the arms of the man she truly loves.
Cast Of The Wedding March, According To Hallmark Channel
Actor Jack Wagner
“In 1983, Wagner landed the starring role on the hit daytime series, ‘General Hospital,’ playing the rocker Frisco Jones. After recording several songs for the show, Wagner signed a recording deal on Quincy Jones label, Qwest, and within 6 months, his first single, ‘All I Need,’ was number two on the pop charts and number one on adult contemporary charts. In 2003, Wagner joined the cast of ‘The Bold and the Beautiful,’ the most successful dramatic serial in the world, viewed in 130 countries.”
Actress Josie Bissett
“Josie Bissett is recognized internationally for her popular role as Jane Mancini on FOX-TV’s ‘Melrose Place,’ which ended its successful seven-year run in May 1999. To date, she has graced over 50 magazine covers, including such publications as TV Guide, Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Shape’s Fit Pregnancy and New Woman. She most recently starred in ‘Pregnant at 17,’ an original telefilm which debuted on Lifetime on February 20, 2016.”
Josie Bissett stated that she enjoyed her role in this movie and had a wonderful time working with her costars. She also loved playing Olivia, a woman who is looking for that special person to bring out the laughter in her again.
The Wedding March is a lighthearted romantic comedy that Hallmark fans are sure to love. Make plans to watch your favorite soap stars this Saturday, June 25, at 9/8 p.m. Central on Hallmark Channel. Recently, Hallmark premiered two other June Weddings movies — The Convenient Groom and Stop the Wedding.
The Wedding March is produced by A Wedding Production with distribution by Hallmark. It is executive produced by Brad Krevoy, Susie Belzberg, Jack Wagner, Eric Jarboe, Amy Krell, Amanda Phillips Atkins, and Jimmy Townsend.
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