Christmas came to Revelstoke in March for the filming of Marry Me at Christmas, a Hallmark Channel movie. Photo by Alex Cooper, Revelstoke Review

Hallmark to film again in Revelstoke

Scenes for Frozen in Love will be filmed in downtown Revelstoke starting Saturday

Hollywood is coming to Revelstoke again this month.

The downtown will be transformed into a movie set for filming the Hallmark movie Frozen in Love.

The production will be filming at several locations for about a week, including the Revelstoke Forum on Dec. 4, and Grizzly Plaza on Dec. 6 and 7.

Hallmark last filmed in Revelstoke last March, when scenes from Marry Me At Christmas were captured.

According to online sources, Frozen in Love is part of Hallmark’s “Winterfest” lineup that will air in January.

No storyline has been released for the film, which reportedly stars Rachel Leigh Cook (She’s All That, Josie and the Pussycats, Antitrust) and is based on her original idea.

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