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Check out photos of the stars of "Meet the Santas" · Meet the Cast. Learn more about the cast of "Meet the Santas" · Hallmark Channel · Hallmark Drama · About . Probably not. That movie was a sequel to "Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus." The first movie was good. "Meet the Santas" was a little on the. Steve Guttenberg in Meet the Santas 15 of last year, and the director, Harvey Frost, and I pitched the [sequel] on Jan. 6 of this.
He's got a great wife and a great daughter, and he's going to try to make a difference in Neptune. Did they tell you to play it as if your character had some secrets in his closet? It's a very savvy show and one that is written very well, so I expect I'm going to have some good stuff to do.
They all have a special place for me, they're all special victories in a very tough business. As a matter of fact, I do. I look at my [track record] and go, "Bro, I'm the luckiest guy in the world, and I just want to keep doing what I'm doing. Have you seen a script or heard ideas? Yeah, I've heard a ton of ideas. A movie this big, a franchise this big, it's like building another stealth bomber. You have the whole nostalgia thing working for you. More than that, you've got this brand that was built up with a lot of good will.
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Police Academy is still a very popular film in this country, and in the world. Millions of people a year see it. This is a year-old movie from Jerry Weintraub, one of the greatest producers of all time.
I think Leslie Easterbrook helped me through puberty. Leslie Easterbrook is one hot lady. Let's talk about the real-life Santa you play. Tell me about Gutten House. I was lucky enough to work with a team who made it happen. How long has the organization been around? Since June 13, Now tell me about Sight for Students. Do your charitable efforts increase during this time of year? I work all year in charity. I'm also a member of the Optimist Club, which is a terrific place that enhances children's learning abilities and tries to spend a lot of money on education.
I'm real supportive of St. Mary's Hospital for Children. I'm a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and I try to be active making sure young people are going to have a real good idea of what is going on in show business. So all in all, it's been a good year for you?
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Every year's been a good year for me. I've been a lucky guy my whole life. Christmas Maybe," the stakes are a little higher. An elf tries to steal Mary's boyfriend — not to mention her job overseeing Christmas. Sadly, there are two bizarre casting changes in this installment. Mary's boyfriend is mysteriously played by a different actor than in the original and — perhaps more quizzically — Wendt is no longer Santa Claus.
That fatherly role is now played by Paul Sorvino who is more accustomed to playing mobsters in movies like "Goodfellas" and "The Gambler. Wendt returns as Santa in another movie Yes, yes, it's a match made in Yuletide heaven. So I read it and I thought it was very cute and fun — and then somebody mentioned that maybe George was going to do it.
And I thought, 'Ohhhh, I've got to do it! When he introduces his fiancee to his parents, the truth is revealed: He's the son of North Pole celebrities Mr. The film is directed by actress Leslie Hope known for playing Kiefer Sutherland's wife on the hit show "24". Claus' Grab two elements from movies mentioned above — an acting Sorvino and a romantically challenged member of the Claus clan — and voila!
You have "Finding Mrs. Claus" starring the great Steve Guttenberg or that film's underrated sequel, "Meet the Santas. Claus Mira Sorvino feels neglected by her less-than-attentive husband, she travels to Las Vegas of course to help a little girl with her Christmas wish.
But when Santa finds out and follows her to Sin City to make amends, he puts Christmas at risk when things don't go quite as he planned.
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This is one of the few films where the ups, downs, feats and foibles of Santa's married life get the romantic-comedy treatment.
Yet it somehow remains G-rated, even after a woman seduces Santa in his hotel suite. Melissa Joan-Hart portrays a struggling artist who's working as a waitress to make ends meet. One holiday season, under intense parental pressure, she snaps. She kidnaps one of her restaurant's customers and drags him home to meet her parents at Christmas. And you'll never guess where she lives: Yes, it's formulaic, but that's the point of these films.
You know what you're getting into when you sign up. Expensive, theatrically released Christmas movies often aim too high big stars, big budgets and end up flopping at the box office.
With "Holiday in Handcuffs," you know exactly what you'll get — which makes it hard to be disappointed.