By: Kat Harlton
Media: Crown Media
Alison Sweeney (“Days of Our Lives,” “Open by Christmas”), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls, “Christmas at Castle Hart”) and Autumn Reeser (Sully, “Entourage”) return in “The Wedding Veil Legacy” a new, original movie premiering Saturday, February 19 (8 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Channel, as part of the network’s annual “Loveuary” programming event.
Victor Webster (“Five Star Christmas”) also stars. This is the third installment of the enchanting new trilogy about three college friends – Tracy (Sweeney), Avery (Chabert) and Emma (Reeser) – who share a 19th century wedding veil said to bring whoever possesses it true love.
The all-new Loveuary premiere features Michael Bublé’s ultraromantic version of “My Valentine,” written and produced by Paul McCartney, from Bublé’s upcoming album Higher.
About The Movie:
Though happy for her newlywed best friends, Tracy is still skeptical of the wedding veil’s legend – especially when her longtime relationship ends after her boyfriend wants her to leave her beloved New York City for his new dream job in Los Angeles. While at the tailor to have repairs made to the veil, Tracy meets Nick (Webster). Later, they serendipitously run in to each other at Nick’s family restaurant and Tracy agrees to hire him to cater the upcoming 25th anniversary gala of the auction house where she works. When the auction house obtains a handwritten original draft of Emma Lazarus’ poem, The New Colossus, she seeks a donor to help get it placed in a museum. Nick’s grandmother revered the poem when she immigrated from Italy and Nick is inspired by this to help Tracy in her quest. Meanwhile, Nick decides to take the leap from the traditional Italian restaurant he shares with his sister to open one of his own. As Tracy spends more time with Nick, she realizes she’s falling for him but isn’t quite ready yet. Is it possible that the veil is losing its magic and won’t lead Tracy to her true love?
“The Wedding Veil Legacy” is from Veil Road Productions III Ltd. Lisa Demberg, Beth Grossbard, Allison Sweeney, Lacey Chabert and Harvey Kahn are executive producers. Yale Kussin and Terry Ingram are co-executive producers. Producer is Charles Cooper and Allen Lewis is supervising producer. Terry Ingram directed from a script by Sandra Berg & Judith Berg.