Lacey Chabert on Hallmark’s new formula: ‘Never say never’

Lacey Chabert on "The expectations of the wedding veil"


Lacey Chabert on “The Expectations of the Wedding Veil”

Lacey Chabert is committed to Hallmark and excited about the future of the network. When asked how she feels about how Hallmark has changed its formula, Chabert shared that she’s excited about the new opportunities that are opening up.

Would Hallmark let a character stay single?

in a (n Interview with Vulture, Chabert spoke about how Hallmark changed its formula. She was asked if it’s possible that one day Hallmark might even have a movie where a character ends up happily single.

“I don’t know if we would ever do that,” she said. “The search for the relationship is usually an important part of the story. But I would say never say never.”

When asked if the Hallmark formula tests her creativity, she said the formula has changed a lot recently.

“We’re allowed to carry our storytelling outside of this box that it was put in,” she told Vulture. “‘The Wedding Veil’ is the first time they’ve done a true trilogy that aired back-to-back, and now we have a chance to revisit those characters. Often these movies end with people falling in love: the kiss or the quick wedding scene. In The Wedding Veil movies, we can see how these characters are in love, in a relationship and living together in real life. It doesn’t have the nice meet…”

She added that her Christmas film, Haul Out the Holly, is a comedy that also breaks with Hallmark’s trademark formula.

“We wouldn’t have done that at the station a few years ago,” she said. “Last year I was doing a movie called ‘Sweet Carolina’ where my character’s sister dies suddenly and she finds out that she is the guardian of her niece and nephew. This was something deeper that I had wanted to do for a while. A more emotional story, if you will.”

She supports Hallmark’s diversity push

in a (n Interview with ET OnlineChabert said she’s excited about how Hallmark is expanding its stories to include a greater variety of experiences.

“It’s really important to Hallmark that they want their audience to find themselves in all of their films,” she said. “I’m happy for all my friends’ success and I cheer for everyone and I loved being a part of these sweet stories.”

When talk to vulturesChabert added that each change in leadership has only led to greater opportunities for creativity.

“I feel like every change encompasses our creative ideas,” she said. “And it’s my responsibility to the audience that continues to watch my films that I give the best I have to offer. That’s always my mission. I will never give up what Hallmark means to me, which is that it’s all about the heart. I don’t think there are any plans for that to change any time soon.”

When asked if she plans to stay at Hallmark, she said she definitely does.

“I see myself as a Lifer as long as I’m inspired by the stories and as long as they have me. I have ideas for 50 more. I hope this is just the beginning,” she said.

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