Ashley Williams and her sister, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, are lastly starring in a Hallmark manufacturing collectively. The two sisters have needed to hitch forces for a while, and the chance lastly offered itself. Fans might be much more excited to study that they don’t seem to be simply starring in a single Hallmark film collectively, however a collection of two Christmas films that might be premiering in the identical season.
Each Sister Will Play the Lead in One of the Two ‘Christmas on the Madison’ Movies
Ashley Williams and Kimberly Williams-Paisley are starring collectively in a collection of two Christmas films known as “Christmas at the Madison” half one and two. Sean McNamara is directing each films, according to IMDb, and Claire Boyles and Zac Hug are the writers connected to the flicks.
In March, Fox 13 reported that the 2 films could be filmed back-to-back in Utah in April. The films at the moment are listed on IMDb as being in post-production.
Production List provided extra particulars concerning the films. The synopsis for “Christmas on the Madison: Part 2: Meg” reads: “The youthful sister Meg travels to Salt Lake City, Utah to assist Jennifer’s restaurant employees win an annual Christmas get together competitors regardless of the conflicting opinions of the good-looking however stern General Manager, John.”
The cast members listed on IMDb for the 2 films embody Keith D. Robinson, Mark Deklin, Jacob Buster, Anna Holbrook, Jim Byrnes, Logan Donovan, Briana Price, and extra.
It seems that Hallmark could also be contemplating a reputation change for the film, primarily based on a survey that was despatched out about probably renaming the flicks round a “Sister Swap” theme.
Just a few photographs have been shared on social media by cast and crew, giving a glimpse of what to anticipate.
Here’s an on-the-set video.
The Sisters Have Wanted to Make These Movies Since 2018
The films have been within the planning levels for fairly a while. Back in 2018, International Business Times reported that the sisters had been engaged on the 2 films. Kimberly instructed IBT that the flicks had a “actually fascinating idea” the place every sister performs the lead in one of many two films, and the opposite is the supporting actor. At the time they had been contemplating calling the flicks: “Lights, Camera, Christmas.”
Then in 2019, Ashley shared in the course of the Christmas Con that they nonetheless deliberate to work on the film, IBTimes reported.
She stated concerning the film: “Here’s the deal: we’ve got this superb concept, we’ve got the scripts. The concept is a bit of outdoors the field. It’s a pair of films that may be proven standalone, they may also be seen again to again, binge model. They’re overlapping storylines, and [Kimberly’s] the lead in a single film, and I’m the lead within the second, and we play finest mates and sisters.”
Kimberly and Ashley usually seem in Instagram dwell movies collectively, the place they atone for their week. They share different movies on their pages all through the week. The two sisters are very shut.
Fans had been excited in April once they appeared collectively for a video quite than assembly collectively dwell through video.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley Is Married to Country Singer Brad Paisley
Kimberly Williams-Paisley is married to nation singer Brad Paisley. She’s well-known for her main position within the “Father of the Bride” collection. Her many different credit embody “The Christmas Chronicles” elements one and two on Netflix, “Darrow & Darrow” (Claire Darrow within the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries collection), “Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings,” “Two and a Half Men” (Gretchen), “Nashville” (Peggy), “According to Jim” (Dana), “The tenth Kingdom,” “Relativity” (Isabel), and extra.
Ashley Williams’ many credits embody the “Christmas in Evergreen” collection and quite a few Hallmark films, together with “Never Kiss a Man in a Christmas Sweater” from 2020, “Northern Lights of Christmas,” and extra. Her different appearances embody “The Jim Gaffigan Show” (Jeannie Gaffigan), “A Most Violent Year,” “CSI,” “Royal Pains,” “Warehouse 13” (Sally), “Saving Grace” (Amanda), “Novel Adventures” (Lizzie), “Side Order of Life” (Becca), “E-Ring,” “Good Morning, Miami” (Dylan), “As the World Turns” (Dani), and extra. She lately directed the Lifetime film “Circle of Deception.”