Hallmark Hall of Fame’s “The Makeover” Red Carpet

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Ashley Bornancin, were invited to cover the red carpet for the Premiere of The Hallmark Hall of Fame’s production of “The Makeover” starring Julia Stiles, David Walton and Camryn Manheim. “The Makeover” will premiere on Sunday, January 27 at 9:00 PM ET on the ABC Television Network.

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About Hallmark Hall of Fame and “The Makeover”
Hallmark Hall of Fame has been creating original films designed to entertain, enlighten and inspire for over sixty years. Hannah Higgins (Julia Stiles) is a smart, driven Boston consultant. To advance the cause of education reform, she runs for Congress – but loses, big‐time. Voters just can’t warm to her. For the next election she and her business partner, Colleen Pickering (Camryn Manheim), recruit beer salesman Elliot Doolittle (David Walton). He speaks with a thick South Boston accent, has an unruly beard, and dresses super‐informally.
Hannah takes Elliot on as a “project.” She tries to get him to speak like a gentleman, dress like a gentleman, comport himself like a gentleman. As Elliot becomes more “presentable” and Hannah becomes less formal, could this turn in to a love match made in electoral Heaven? Filmed on location in Boston, Massachusetts.
The movie was directed by John Gray (“Ghost Whisperer,” “Empire”) and the teleplay was written for “The Makeover” by C. Jay Cox (‘Sweet Home Alabama,” “Latter Days”). The film is produced by Christopher Morgan (“Common Law,” “Memphis Beat”). Brent Shields (“A Smile as Big as the Moon,” “November Christmas”) is executive producer, for Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc.

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