Mariah Carey officially gave us permission to start celebrating Christmas, which means it’s time to finally check out all the holiday movies 2019 has to offer. From a Vanessa Hudgens Netflix special to a Bill Hader and Anna Kendrick collab, we’ve got 10 new Christmas movies for you to binge when you finally get tired of watching The Grinch for the 100th time.
We stan anything Emilia Clarke. (And Henry Goulding as her love interest doesn’t hurt.) But beware: this Christmas rom-com has a twist ending that you’re probably not prepared for.
Release date: November 8 in theaters
The Knight Before Christmas
Vanessa Hudgens plays a science teacher who falls in love with a medieval knight that somehow time-traveled to the future. Need we say more?
Release date: November 21 on Netflix
Anna and Elsa are back to make all our holiday soundtrack dreams come true. The two make more mems with Olaf, Kristoff and Sven as they set out to *yet again* save their kingdom.
Release date: November 22 in theaters
Holiday in the Wild
Kristin Davis plays Kate, a woman who travels to Africa by herself after her husband files for divorce. She meets a handsome AF pilot (played by Rob Lowe). But he’s not the only eye candy this movie gives us — we also get tons of adorable baby elephants.
Release date: November 1 on Netflix
Christmas Under the Stars
We are graced with the presence of Jesse Metcalfe in this holiday Hallmark movie. (Seriously tho, where has John Tucker been?) He plays a classic finance bro who loses his job and has to start working at a Christmas tree lot, where he *of course* finds love. Classic tale.
Release date: November 16 on Lifetime
Anna Kendrick plays Noelle Kringle, AKA Santa Claus’s daughter, and Bill Hader plays her brother, Nick. The duo we didn’t know we needed. Noelle has to save Christmas after Nick gets freaked out by the responsibility of taking over for his dad. Classic woman-saving-the-day plotline.
Release date: November 12 on Disney+
Let It Snow
This YA rom-com will melt your little ice cold heart this holiday season. Basically, a bunch of teenagers fall in love with each other during a snowstorm in a small midwestern town. Also, there’s a queer love story that didn’t actually appear in the book the film is based on!
Release date: November 8 on Netflix
Merry Liddle Christmas
Kelly Rowland lights up the Lifetime screen in this movie about a happily-single, career-driven woman who fights falling in love with her new neighbor while home with her family over the holidays.
Release date: November 30 on Lifetime
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby
Move over, Archie. A fake royal Christmas baby is just what we needed, along with a third installment of this iconic Netflix Christmas film.
Release date: December 5 on Netflix
A single dad loses his job, and his four kids discover the ~true meaning~ of Christmas when they move in with their aunt and adjust to a less-than-bougie lifestyle.
Release date: November 28 on Netflix
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