It's Royal-vision in Technicolor! (AP/ThinkStock)This just in: the Hallmark Channel is challenging Lifetime Network to a royal duel. May the best made-for-TV movie win. Less than a month after Lifetime announced its film adaptation of Kate and Will's romance, Hallmark has its own rendition in the works according to The Hollywood Reporter. How do they stack up? Let's have a look...
Lifetime: "William & Kate"
Hallmark: "William & Kate: A royal love story" (That's an ampersand and a colon, snap!)
Lifetime: April 21
Hallmark: August 13
Lifetime: The hot n' heavy romance between Will and Kate. Okay warm n' light, but still-there's lots of "cuddling" say spies on the UCLA-based set where St. Andrew's college scenes are being filmed.
Hallmark: The monarchy plays a larger part. In addition to the romantic plot line, the film will feature scenes from "William's army training" and "advice from William's grandmother." Well, at least the Queen will be excited.
Lifetime: Camilla Luddington and Nico Evers-Swindell play the young royals in love. Both are famous for guest spots on "Law and Order" and/or "C.S.I"-in other words, not famous.
Hallmark: T.B.D. But if we were betting women who exclusively bet on Hallmark movie casts, we'd say Marilu Henner is a shoe-in to play the Queen.
Hallmark: Executive producer Linda Yellen goes way back with the royal renditions: she helmed a biopic about Charles and Diana in the '80s.
Lifetime: Writer Nancy Silvers is responsible for the network's mega-hit "Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy." If that doesn't sell you, she also wrote "Never Say Never: The Diedre Hall Story." Who knew Diedre Hall had a story?
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