Where was You Had Me At Aloha filmed? Hallmark is set to debut its new summer romance movie You Had Me At Aloha on Saturday, 5 June as the channel kicks off its Summer Nights movie line-up. Ahead of its premiere, we explore the You Had Me At Aloha filming locations.
You Had Me At Aloha filming locations explored
Oahu is no stranger to major film productions as it has been the setting of some well-known movies over the years.
Popular movies including Jurassic Park, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Godzilla have all featured Oahu’s diverse landscapes.
The Hallmark YouTube channel shared an insight into the movie’s location last month as they shared a behind-the-scenes look into filming amid the many stunning beaches and waterfalls.
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You Had Me At Aloha cast talk of filming in Hawaii
Pascale Hutton, who plays Paige in the film, recently spoke of how she loved filming in Hawaii. She told the Daily Planet earlier this week: “Filming in Hawaii was magical. I loved every second of it.
“It’s paradise and one of the most beautiful places on Earth. We had an amazing crew that made the filming in Hawaii so smooth and seamless. Everybody was so funny and so collaborative.”
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Who will feature in the You Had Me At Aloha cast?
You Had Me At Aloha follows travel show co-hosts Paige and Ben as they try to get along while filming a new season of their travel show in Hawaii.
Paige is played by actress Pascale Hutton, who also currently features in TV drama series When Calls The Heart. Elsewhere, she is also known for appearing in Sanctuary and 2007 film Intelligence, roles she has won accolades for.
Pascale Hutton is joined by Kavan Smith, who will play her on-screen love interest, Ben. Smith also features in 19th century high-society series When Calls The Heart. He has also appeared in CW’s Supernatural as well as in Stargate: Atlantis.