If you aren’t familiar, here are two examples of the kinds of films we’re talking about:
- 2015’s “A Crown for Christmas” starring Danica McKellar (“The Wonder Years”) as a recently fired New York exec who ends up working for, and falling for, a prince during Christmas.
- 2016’s “A Wish for Christmas” starring Lacey Chabert (“Mean Girls”) as a woman granted a wish by Santa Claus, a wish that expires in 48 hours.
“Their movies are as comforting as programming can be. You can grab a blanket, enjoy a glass of wine, and know the movie will have a happy ending,” said Brad Krevoy, a producer who has worked on theatrical movies such as “Dumb and Dumber” and “Threesome.”
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