Netflix has just released their new Christmas romantic comedy, I Believe in a Thing Called Love. The movie follows a young woman named Evelyn who writes hit songs for other artists but can’t find love herself until she meets Toby, an aspiring musician. It features a star-studded cast including Mandy Moore and Pierce Brosnan along with some of today’s hottest music such as Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.
Cast and characters:
– Mandy Moore as Evelyn
– Pierce Brosnan as Toby
– Ed Sheeran as Himself
– Taylor Swift as Herself
– Jamie Dornan as Himself
Evelyn is a young woman who writes hit songs for other artists but can’t find love herself until she meets Toby, an aspiring musician. Their instant connection leads them to form their own band and Evelyn’s songwriting takes off with the help of her new partner. As they grow closer together as musicians and as a couple, they face many challenges in the music business and their personal lives.
The Netflix I Believe in a Thing Called Love is an upcoming Netflix comedy series based on the 1998 movie of the same name starring Russel Crowe and Renee Zellweger. The new Netflix romantic comedy will also star Mandy Moore as Evelyn and Milo Ventimiglia as Toby.
The show is written by Michael Costigan, who has worked on the TV series “Scrubs” and “Gilmore Girls.”
The Netflix I Believe in a Thing Called Love is an upcoming Netflix romantic comedy. The show will feature Mandy Moore, most recently known for her voice as Rapunzel in Tangled and Milo Ventimiglia from the TV series Heroes.
Evelyn is a seventeen-year-old virgin. She’s also the daughter of Anthony Sullivan, who wrote: “I Believe in a Thing Called Love.” As luck would have it, Toby (Ventimiglia) is everything Evelyn could hope for in a man: he’s gorgeous and charming with an electric smile that makes women and men weak in the knees.
Evelyn is convinced that she has found the man of her dreams, but there’s just one problem: Toby thinks Evelyn is thirty-two years old. He doesn’t find out her real age until after they’ve been dating for five months—and by then, he can tell that she hasn’t been completely honest with him.
Evelyn tries to break up with Toby gently, but he’s determined not to let her go until they figure out what went wrong in their relationship. The more time Evelyn spends exploring the reasons behind her dishonesty, the less confident she becomes about whether or not any man is actually capable of loving her.
Ultimately, Evelyn is left wondering if she should give up on love and focus on being independent or whether she can find a man who will accept her for who she is, even if she’s not perfect.