See Santino Fontana Croon a Little Sinatra for Krysta Rodriguez in Just One Kiss | Playbill

Film & TV News See Santino Fontana Croon a Little Sinatra for Krysta Rodriguez in Just One Kiss

The Hallmark Channel original film premieres April 2.

A rom-com starring Santino Fontana and Krysta Rodriguez? Yes, please. And they're singing? Even more yes, please! The original Hallmark Channel movie Just One Kiss, premiering April 2 at 9 PM ET (check local listings), is exactly that. 

Fontana and Rodriguez play Tony and Mia, he a headliner in a popular Manhattan supper club and she a soon-to-be divorced English literature professor. When their mothers, played by Illeana Douglas and Aida Turturro, see the two cross paths at a local movie theatre, they decide to push the meet-cute a little further and orchestrate a match by getting Mia to move into Tony's building so they can continue to run into each other.

In the clip above, Mia returns from an evening out to a performance of "New York, New York" prepared by Tony with her daughter Rosie (Ava Grace Cooper) along with his niece Isabella (Alice Rose), who he's been watching for the evening. 

In addition to that number, tune into to see Rodriguez and Fontana duet the classic songs "Fly Me to the Moon" and "Something Stupid," while Fontana croons "It Had to Be You," "Someone to Watch Over Me," and "You Make Me Feel So Young" and Rodriguez performs “Over the Moon.”

Just One Kiss is from Crown Media Productions, LLC. Joey Plager is executive producer. The movie is produced by Charles Cooper. Jeff Beesley directs, featuring a script by Diane Robin, David Reali and Nina Weinman, from a story by Diane Robin and David Reali.


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