Netflix share trailer for new rom-com Falling Inn Love – and it looks so cute

Netflix share trailer for new rom-com Falling Inn Love – and it looks so cute





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We’ve had A Christmas Prince, swooned over To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before and hid behind a cushion while watching Secret Obsession.

But now there’s a new Netflix original movie for you to sink your teeth into.

At the end of this month, the streaming giants will be realising a rom-com called Falling Inn Love, which if you couldn’t guess from the title, features an Inn.

Netflix have just shared the trailer for the movie and while it may be totally cheesy, we’ll definitely be giving it a watch.

The film stars Christina Milian

Her character Gabriela wins an inn in New Zealand

 

The film stars singer Christina Milian as Gabriela an American city girl whose life is turned upside down when she loses her job and her boyfriend.

Hoping for a change of scenery she enters a competition and ends up winning a rustic inn in New Zealand.

She makes her way over to her new business – only to discover it’s in pretty bad shape.

So she has to team up with the very good looking local handy man Jake Taylor (Adam Demos) to fix the place up and of course sparks begin to fly.

She hires handy man Jake Taylor to help her fix the place up

And sparks fly between the two

 

Falling Inn Love drops on Netflix on August 29 and is directed by Roger Kumble (Cruel Intentions).

People on social media are already excited for its release, with many comparing it to a Hallmark movie.

One person said: “A cheesy rom com with a Latina female lead? SIGN ME UP!”

Another wrote: “CAN’T WAIT!!!”

People are loving the trailer

The film is out on August 29

 

A third replied: “This looks really cool, can’t wait to see it.”

“Netflix encroaching on Hallmark territory (but with more diverse casts, mostly) is one of the most fascination developments in rom-com history.”

“Definitely going on my Netflix list.” added a fifth.

Others described the trailer as “fun” and “interesting”.








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