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Frozen in Love is a 2018 American-Canadian made for television romantic drama film directed by Scott Smith and starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Niall Matter. It was developed from an original idea by Cook. The film was produced by the Hallmark Channel and premiered on their network in the United States on January 13, 2018, as part of their 'Winterfest' season.


Bookstore owner Mary Cartwright (Rachael Leigh Cook) is struggling to make ends meet in order to keep her bookstore open. Adam Clayborn (Niall Matter) is a hockey player who got booted from his third game due to a disagreement with the referee causing his hockey team's manager/ex-girlfriend Erica Parker (Tammy Gillis) to suspend him from the upcoming hockey games until further notice. Mary is given the opportunity to turn her fortunes round in the form of an image makeover, but must work with Adam Clayborn in return under the supervision of public relations worker Janet Dunleavy (Sandy Sidhu) who has connections with Erica. Can the two overcome their animosity, and mutual attraction, to improve both their images?


  • Rachael Leigh Cook as Mary Campbell
  • Niall Matter as Adam Clayborn
  • Madison Smith as Tyler Campbell
  • Victor Zinck Jr. as Chuck Forman
  • Tammy Gillis as Erica Parker
  • Sandy Sidhu as Janet Dunleavy
  • Jessie Fraser as Sarah Forman
  • Sebastian Billingsley-Rodriguez as Graham Forman
  • Mason McKenzie as Noah


The film was developed from an original idea by actress Rachael Leigh Cook, who also stars in the film. She had an idea for the plot several years previously, and realized that it could work as a Hallmark Channel project. Along with producer Jim Head, she pitched the idea to the channel in the summer of 2017, and they subsequently picked it up.[1]

In November 2017, Hallmark announced four new original movies, including Frozen in Love, to be broadcast as a part of their 'Winterfest 2018' seasoning of programming in January 2018.[2]


Filming took place in British Columbia in November and December 2017,[3] with location filming in Revelstoke[4] downtown, the Revelstoke Forum, Grizzly Plaza[5] and at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.[6] Whilst the bookstore scenes were filmed on a specially built set, the library scenes were filmed in Maple Ridge Public Library.[7]


The film premiered on the Hallmark Channel on January 13, 2018, as part of their Winterfest season of programming.[8]


  1. Ellenbogen, Rachael (January 11, 2018). Hallmark’s Rachael Leigh Cook Talks ‘Frozen In Love’ Cast Chemistry, Favorite Scene. "International Business Times". Retrieved on January 12, 2018.
  2. Hallmark Channel. New Winterfest 2018 Movies. "Hallmark Channel". Archived from the original on December 18, 2017.
  3. Heart of the Mountain & Frozen in Love from Hallmark's Winterfest start filming. "What's Filming?" (November 21, 2017). Retrieved on December 16, 2017.
  4. Tiel, Marissa (December 4, 2017). Revelstoke readied for Frozen in Love. "Revelstoke Review". Retrieved on December 27, 2017.
  5. "Hallmark to film again in Revelstoke", Nelson Star, December 7, 2017. Retrieved on January 31, 2018. 
  6. Sidhu, Sandy (December 6, 2017). sandysid. "Instagram". Retrieved on December 18, 2017.
  7. Sidhu, Sandy [@Sandy_Sidhu] (January 14, 2018). The bookstore was built on a set! Didn’t they do an incredible job? There’s a library scene coming up later...that truly was in a library! #frozeninlove.
  8. "Hallmark Channel warms up the nights with Winterfest", Daily Herald, January 6, 2018. Retrieved on January 31, 2018. (en) 

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