Always Amore Pays Homage to When Calls the Heart Bridge Scene

Fans of the Hallmark authentic sequence “When Calls the Heart” seen one thing very acquainted within the new Hallmark film “Always Amore,” which premiered on April 3.

In a scene the place Tyler Hynes and Autumn Reeser’s characters are out on the lookout for truffles, a particular location featured in “When Calls the Heart” might be seen. Diehard followers of the sequence will acknowledge the spot because the bridge the place Lucas and Elizabeth shared a passionate kiss. Viewers have been fast to level out the Easter Egg second on Twitter.

“I used to be simply catching up on #AlwaysAmore (w/c was pretty btw 🥰) and noticed this #Hearties favourite. Is this the #KissingBridge or is that this the KISSING BRIDGE?? Did @tyler_hynes & @autumnreeser go to Hope Valley?,” one viewer tweeted.

Other viewers replied to the tweet, confirming that they’d seen the identical factor. “I seen that IMMEDIATELY! I used to be like, “that is the Kissing Bridge!”,” one Twitter consumer replied.

The crossover second is not too shocking seeing as “Always Amore” and “When Calls the Heart” have been each filmed in Vancouver, Canada.

Tyler Hynes Got a Concussion While Filming ‘Always Amore’

35-year-old Tyler Hynes says he suffered an damage whereas filming “Always Amore”. In an interview with “Remark the Show,” Hynes revealed, “I bought a concussion whereas making this film within the final two days.” He wasn’t injured whereas filming, however whereas he was by himself on set.

“I’ve had some spills in my time, this one actually rocked my noodle and I used to be out of it. … I used to be on my own, simply head in my hand, blood in my arms,” he mentioned. “And I used to be concussed and really a lot out of it.”

But Hynes nonetheless appears to have made some enjoyable recollections on set. “It’s a harmful factor to let me whisper in an actor’s ear throughout a scene after I know the sound will not be used…It’s much more harmful to do this with Oscar nominated [email protected]_ 🤍,” he captioned an Instagram video of him and Patty McCormack, who performs Nonna, making an attempt to cease laughing whereas filming a scene.

“This is one in every of my favourite recollections from filming 😂😂😂,” Autumn Reeser commented on the video.

After followers replied asking Reeser to fill them in on what was so humorous, she commented, “I don’t know [email protected]_hynes whispered to Patty, however the two of them have been cry-laughing for the subsequent quarter-hour. The director would name motion, and they’d strive so onerous to tug it collectively… however the snigger cycle would begin over again the second they caught one another’s eye. It was sheer delight to observe.”

Hynes Dedicated the Film to Those within the Hospitality Industry

The Hallmark Channel web site’s synopsis of “Always Amore” reads, “as Elizabeth tries to maintain her late husband’s as soon as acclaimed restaurant afloat, she’s compelled to work with a guide to show issues round. He reignites her ardour for baking and life itself.”

In an Instagram put up, Hynes devoted the film to these working within the hospitality and restaurant trade.

“For me the movie this Sunday is devoted to everybody within the hospitality trade. The resilience & perseverance that eating places and different companies have confronted isn’t misplaced on us. This one’s for you. 🇮🇹,” he wrote.

If you missed the April 3 premiere of “Always Amore,” catch it once more on Thursday, April 7 at 5 p.m. Eastern time.


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