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At The Center of The Story Films Created by Hallmark

At the center of the story is Daniel John Forsythe, a ghost who died 95 years ago but still haunts the Hollygrove Inn in corporeal form for 12 days every Christmas season. He meets impassioned lawyer Kate Jordan, whose quest of solving the mystery of a lifetime eventually results in a genuine connection. As Daniel and Kate solve both his decades-old haunting and her present-day corporate issues, they transcend death, the afterlife, and the supernatural. The movie, created by Hallmark films' writer Tracy Andreen, also incorporates themes of humanity beyond typical romance. As both Daniel and Kate seek out the answers to their lives’ biggest mysteries, they exhibit gallantry and agency in breaking the rules and defying expectations. Moreover, as seen in usual Christmas movies on Netflix and other streaming platforms, the main characters learn to selflessly reach out to one another while still discovering parts of themselves. These motifs are given a contemporary twist by the cast and

New Spider-Man Movie To Top Box Office For 5th Weekend

 Until just a few weeks ago, Spider-Man: No Way Home was set to face Spidey nemesis Morbius at the box office this weekend. Sony decided to push its “SSU” (Sony’s Spider-Man Universe) film starring Jared Leto back to April, and nothing has come to fill the vacated slot. Without any new wide releases, the webslinger will have yet another weekend where it rules the box office. After reclaiming the top spot from Scream last weekend, the MCU film is set to have its fifth number one weekend, a feat only a few films in recent decades have achieved. If Spider-Man continues with its 30-40% drops, it will fall below $10 million in a weekend for the first time, and on Monday it fell below $1 million in a day for the first time. Of course, this is nothing to fret about for the fourth top domestic grosser ever, currently at $723 million. It will continue to inch closer toAvatar’s $760 million cume, and in the coming weeks we will see whether it has enough gas left in it to hurdle past that milesto

Four Movies You Can Watch out For This Year in Streaming

 The 2009 Sci-Fi action film Avatar, one of the highest earners to date, has a worldwide Box Office gross of 2.8 million dollars (over Sh323 billion). This year will see Avatar 2 released. So what are some of the biggest films expected this year? Black Panther- Wakanda Forever Hollywood star Lupita Nyong’o stars in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film and its sequels, making it a major one to watch for her fans back home. The film is a sequel of 2018 American superhero movie Black Panther. The 2018 blockbuster chronicled the enthralling journey of King T’challa (the late Chadwick Bosman) of the fictional Wakanda tribe as he fought to secure the safety of his people. Entertainment magazine Us Weekly wrote that although Marvel has been mum on which actors have been confirmed to return, “Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Winston Duke, Martin Freeman, Letitia Wright, Daniel Kaluuya, Florence Kasumba and Danai Garura all expected to reprise their roles from the first film.” The film is expected to pre

Scream and Spider-Man Still Top Box Office This Weekend

With no “big deal” wide releases opening box office was, as expected, dominated by the handful of holdovers which audiences are seeing theatrically. The top movie last night was, once again, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Sony and Marvel’s superhero sequel earned another $3.515 million (-32%) for a likely sixth weekend gross of $14 million (-30%) for a $721 million cume. With little tentpole competition (and Morbius now opening in April) and no Oscar season breakouts, the post-holiday legs for No Way Home had been quite impressive. Its 30% drop is better than every relevant big-scale holiday season release (the Star Wars sequels, the Middle Earth flicks, Tron: Legacy, etc.) save for Aquaman, Avatar and Titanic. Its $14 million weekend gross will be damn close to the $14.1 million sixth weekend gross of The Force Awakens. Read More: È stata la mano di Dio streaming gratis If it continues as such, Spider-Man: No Way

Encanto Record a Breaking Success Song From a Disney

 Encanto composer and lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda talks to PEOPLE about "We Don't Talk About Bruno," which is the highest-charting song from a Disney animated movie in 26 years. "We Don't Talk About Bruno" — the breakout song from Disney's latest hit, Encanto streaming ( ) — has smashed records, becoming the highest-charting song from a Disney animated movie in 26 years. And no one is more shocked than its composer, Lin-Manuel Miranda. "I'm surprised it's 'Bruno,' " Miranda, 42, tells PEOPLE exclusively, of the tune's success. "I feel like this is my 'Send in the Clowns,' which was the late Stephen Sondheim's biggest hit and probably the most random of an incredible career and life making music. But I'll take it!" Just on Wednesday, it was reported that "We Don't Talk About Bruno" surpassed Frozen's Oscar-winning hit "Let It Go"

Topping Success and Possible Sequel Disney Encanto

Lin-Manuel Miranda has worked his musical charm yet again in the hit new animated Disney film, "Encanto." The musical-theater composer, whose songs and scores for the film soared to the top of the Billboard charts, joined "Good Morning America" on Friday to discuss the vibrant work that has catapulted to pop culture phenomenon. This marks the first Disney soundtrack in two years to reach No. 1 on the Billboard list and Miranda's "We Don't Talk About Bruno" beat out the 2013 hit track "Let it Go" from "Frozen" to become the highest-charting song from an animated Disney film in 26 years. Read Also: Moonfall streaming ita "It's really been overwhelming to watch it kind of grow and grow and grow. You know, we made most of this movie during the pandemic and I don't think it's an accident that a movie about an intergenerational family all under one roof since we

Tv Series Rebelde Season 2 New Releases Date and How to Watch

  Netflix has just released the final trailer for “Rebelde”, the new adaptation of the Mexican franchise with a completely different story, where the new generation of Elite Way School students will have to demonstrate their musical talent in order to win the anxiety Battle of the Bands However, not everything will be new in this version, since it has been confirmed that it will have the participation of Estefanía Villareal, again playing Celina and Karla Cossío, who returns as Pilar Gandía, one of the former students of the Elite Way School. The story will take us to the new group of freshmen, who will try to find the best members to form their own bands while a secret society (the lodge) seems to be back in the EWS to thwart the musical aspirations of the new students. One such group is made up of the self-centered Luka Colucci, the famous pop star Jana Cohen, the talented songwriter Esteban, the confident drummer Andi, the friendly rapper Dixón and the cheerful and innocent MJ, who