“This movie is so special that you feel like you’ve been invited back to the beginning of your childhood,” said director Peter Kosmala.
A few years ago, the Disney Channel premiered the movie, and it’s still a popular choice for family gatherings. “
The movie, which stars Emma Watson and Tom Hardy, is a holiday classic and a favorite among adults, as well as kids.
“There’s so much history and so much warmth and happiness and love. “
It’s such a perfect holiday movie,” Kosmara said.
“There’s so much history and so much warmth and happiness and love.
And there’s just a wonderful warmth, because the kids love it.”
The movie stars Watson as Santa Barbara, a pet-loving mom and grandma, who lives in a small house in Santa Barbara, Calif., with her three kids.
When she dies, the house is left to rot, leaving the kids to inherit the property.
They set out to rescue the property, but the house turns into a graveyard.
It’s also a popular spot for family reunions.
The kids take turns making their own Christmas trees, which they decorate with the Santa’s head and other objects.
They also visit Santa’s cottage, where they discover a mysterious and lost toy called the Toto.
“When we started filming, we were so excited,” Kosma said.
But the process was long, he said.
For each movie, Kosmasa and his team had to find a way to keep the family together.
“This was a really long process,” Kosmsa said.
There are dozens of scenes to film.
They even had to figure out the best location for the trailer for “The Secret Christmas.”
“When you’re making a Christmas movie, you’re not looking at every location, but you’re looking at a lot of different locations,” Kosmotasaid.
“You have to have a good sense of where the movie is going to be shot, and then you have to figure how you’re going to keep them all together.
You can’t just put them all in one place, and not make them all work.”
Kosmasya said he often goes to places that are remote, such as Hawaii, to avoid being spotted.
“We all have that fear of being noticed, but we also know that there’s a lot more to do than just walking into a house,” Kosmicasaid, who also directed “The Great Gatsby” and “Hocus Pocus,” said.
The actors were also able to capture the moment when they realized the family is part of history.
“I think it was just one of those moments that really, really hit home,” Watson said.