We have already seen that Netflix has revealed the whole month holiday original content that might be coming to streaming services within the ending of the year and their first new film for Christmas that they are going to release with the featuring Brooke Shields and Cary Elsen, the name of this new film is A Castle for Christmas.
Officially it has been streaming on the platform It has been available for just one day as the writing of this movie has been just available for just one day and there is already #3 film on the platform, has been beaten out the current hits like The Harder They Fall, the action film Cowboy Bebop, and also the largest Netflix show for all time is Squid Game.
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It seems that the most surprising facts for the fans are A Castle for Christmas and it had been directed by the filmmaker Mary lambert and it is one of the popular helmed the 1989 adaptation of Stephen King, Pet Sematary, and also the 1992 sequel. The fans who are not aware should know that Lambert has never stopped to direct since that film does not have the Pet Sematary and has been hit since then.
Now she is directing the episodes of Arrow, The Goldberg’s, and also The Blacklist. At the career, Top Lambert has made a name for herself as the director of the music video, who has helmed such iconic videos like Maradonna’s Like A Virgin, Material Girl, and also Like a Prayer.
It is still in for actually what the film is actually based on, the story of the film is based on the famed author, Sophie Brown who has travelled to Scotland in the hope of purchasing the small castle by her won, but the prickly owner Duke Myles who has been reluctant for selling it to the foreigner, and working for finding the compromise, and the pair is constantly butting to head, but they have just may get something more than they were expected.
Shields has told to UPI for her approach to this film, ” I think it’s funny when you see someone just unravel”. It has also been added that there is also more physical comedy than the original script. “There is something that happens to me when I can attach my body to it that finds the humour. It’s easier for me to find the humour with the physicality than just the words…I kept fighting for all of it. Every time, I’d be like, ‘OK’, well, here’s another r opportunity. She should do this. This should happen to her.”
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