Whether you love them or love to hate them, Hallmark movies are a major guilty pleasure for a lot of people - especially when the Christmas season comes around. Full(er) House star Candace Cameron Bure knows this all too well because she has starred in a whopping nine Christmas Hallmark movies over the years. Now, she has spilled on which ones are her absolute favorites, among a number of other things.
Candace Cameron Bure recently explained that she loves a couple different aspects of her Hallmark Christmas movies, both the supernatural and magical elements that some have and the sentimental value of others - both traits are definitely understandable for a holiday film. However, for Cameron Bure, there's one film that still trumps the rest, in her mind. Here's what the Hallmark star's said during her recent chat with US Weekly:
As far as Candace Cameron Bure is concerned, Hallmark Christmas movies are much more than just a guilty pleasure; based on her words, she really seems to enjoy and love the work she has done in the genre. It even sounds like she'd also be up for making a sequel to her favorite of her films, A Shoe Addict’s Christmas, which was released back in 2018. She further explained the major motivator behind wanting to do a follow-up:
Candace Cameron Bure is currently the star of another Hallmark production, the TV film series Aurora Teagarden Mysteries, and is not officially linked to any future Hallmark Christmas films at the moment. That, of course, doesn’t mean the actress is done with the genre because, just as the actress loves doing them, Hallmark seems to love casting her as a Christmas lead - and maybe the network will even greenlight a sequel to her fave.
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