Luke Macfarlane is ready to leave Hallmark.
The 42-year-old Canadian actor is currently filming his 14th film for the network, but in an interview with The Los Angeles Times he revealed that it may be his last.
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“They’ve been really good to me, but I think I’ve told my story so far with those people,” he said before joking, “I mean, how many firefighters can I play ?”
The movie in question is the upcoming holiday flick “Christmas Village,” but Macfarlane already has bigger things on the horizon.
On September 8, “Bros” will have its world premiere at TIFF. Macfarlane stars in the gay romantic comedy alongside writer Billy Eichner.
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But Macfarlane said his years of directing Hallmark movies taught him a very important lesson that came in handy when directing “Bros.”
“One thing I’ve really enjoyed about making Hallmark movies is that it’s really fun to flirt. It’s fun to play that energy in front of the camera, where relationships are at their best at those early I guess Hallmark gave me a lot of lessons in flirting,” he said.