Two Tickets to Paradise is a 2022 Hallmark romance drama film directed by Dustin Rikert and written by Kevin Taft with Tracy Andreen.
The travel based film has topped the Hallmark’s charts in its Summer Nights Lineup and that’s why fans are excited to know about every information regarding the movie.
It stars Ashley Williams and Ryan Paevey in the lead roles of Hannah Holt and Josh Wyatt, the two strangers meeting at the crossroads to unveil the spotless fun.
The movie is produced by Tracy Andreen and Kevin Taft under Island Film Group whereas the distribution rights are owned by Hallmark Channel.
Where was Two Tickets to Paradise filmed?
Two Tickets to Paradise was filmed inside Honolulu, Hawaii during summer 2022. Principal filming began on this 27 April and wrapped up by 10 May, the whole production was completed within a couple of weeks.
Ryan shared that he enjoyed the surfing during the filming process. The actor revealed that he grew up surfing with his dad and that’s why its something that he will do for forever without getting tired.
Honolulu is the capital and largest city of Hawaii located in the Pacific Ocean along the southwest coast of the Oahu Island.
According to The Sun’s report, the capital city provided a beautful backdrop for the filming of movie’s romantic scenes and the production team utilized Royal Hawaiian Resort and Kaneohe Bay Sandbar.
The place is famous for its wide variety of beaches and resorts where tourists gather to release their stress like Iolani Palace, Wakiki Beach, Diamond Head, Aloha Tower, etc.
Kaneohe Bay Sandbar, Oahu
The sandbar located on the east coast of Oahu provided a picturesque setting for some of the movie’s beach romance scenes. Kaneohe Bay Sandbar is only accessible by a boat and is located a few miles away from the main shooting location.
What resort was Two Tickets to Paradise filmed?
Royal Hawaiian Resort, Waikiki
2 Tickets to Paradise was filmed at The Royal Hawaiian Resort located at 2259 Kalakaua Avenue, Waikiki, Honolulu, USA.
Most of the filming was done at the production setup created outside The Royal Hawaiian resort located at 2259 Kalakaua Avenue of Honolulu.
The cast and crew were thrilled to shoot scenes at the luxurious resort, Ashley Williams revealed while sharing some behind the scenes photos on her Instagram.
This is the place where Hannah and Josh ends up meeting each other for the first time. Some other scenes were filmed across various locations within Honolulu sandy beaches and unnamed resorts.
Behind the scenes moments
Before the filming began, the cast received blessings from a Hawaiian shaman by rubbing 30 years old rainwater on their hands.
Paevey is an avid surfer and he shared one his photo doing surfing on the beach. His surfing love also inspired some of the movie’s scenes.
Two Tickets to Paradise Cast Hallmark
Ryan Paevy and Ashley Williams are starring in the lead roles of Josh Wyatt and Hannah Holt.
Other cast members for Two Tickets to Paradise movie includes:
- Kimee Balmilero as Kailani Reyes
- Olivia Hoffman as Cee Cee Holt
- Jhey Castles as Sara Holt
- Cody Easterbrook as Nick
- Arthur B Wilson III as Charlie the bellman
- Reyn Halford as Cal
- Mary-Margaret Humes as Alice
- Tim Herkenhoff as Marcus
- Peter Togawa as Vic
- Paul S.W. Lee as Farmers Market Patron
- Josh Squire as Airport Patron
- Ashley Weismantel as Becca
When two weddings are perfectly ruined by both bride and groom, they still can’t give up on their honeymoons. Surprisingly, the duo ends up at the same Hawaiian resort and begins a new romance.
Where to watch Two Tickets to Paradise?
2 Tickets to Paradise movie is now premiering on the official website of Hallmark. For cable TV subscribers, the movie is set to release on Hallmark Channel on 25 June at 8:00 PM ET, on 26 June 2022 at 6:00 PM ET, June 28 at 8 PM ET, and June 30 at 6 PM ET inside the United States.
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