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    A Castle for Christmas: Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes Have

    Brooke Shields is trying her hand at a holiday-themed rom-com on Netflix, and we could not be more excited.

    The TV veteran will co-star on A Castle for Christmas on the streamer, opposite Cary Elwes, and if the first trailer is any indication, the movie will be a lot of fun.

    The Netflix original movie follows an American author, Sophie (Shields), who makes her way to Scotland, and immediately falls in love with a castle.

    Lovers in the Castle

    Unfortunately, the owner, a Scottish Duke named Myles (Elwes), does not want to sell to a foreigner. The duo butt heads as they try to come to some sort of resolution, but they “just may find more than they bargained for.”

    The movie was filmed on-location in Scotland, and you can see the awe-inspiring visuals peppered throughout the trailer.

    Netflix knows how to do holiday movies, but something tells me A Castle for Chrismas will be a cut above their other offerings this year.

    A Castle for Christmas Key Art

    With so many people not going on vacation due to COVID-19, this is a good way to take viewers to another country.

    The cast alone is worth tuning in for.

    Shields is a TV and movie veteran, with credits including Suddenly Susan, and Lipstick Jungle, and Law & Order: SVU.

    As for Elwes, he’s appeared in movies such as Liar Liar, A Christmas Carol, and No Strings Attached.

    Dancing in the Castle

    On the TV front, he’s had roles on The X-Files, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and Stranger Things.

    November is a stacked months for Netflix’s holiday-themed movies, with Love Hard, The Princess Switch 3, A Boy Called Christmas, Father Christmas Is Back, Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas Is You, Snowbound for Christmas, and The Dad’s Christmas Date.

    Check out the official trailer for A Castle for Christmas Below.

    What do you think about a holiday movie set in Scotland?

    Are you excited?

    Hit the comments below.

    The original movie premieres November 26 on Netflix.

    Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

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