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Marcus Rosner joked that his friendship with co-star Rebecca Dalton was an obstacle during the filming of Hallmark Channels Falling like snowflakes – but they did it.

“Sometimes we actually had to work on being professional,” said 34-year-old Rosner exclusively We weekly on Thursday, June 27th.

The actor laughed as he explained why his connection to Dalton, 35, often required him to step out of character in the film “Christmas in July,” which premieres Saturday, June 29.

“We are just so relaxed with each other,” Rosner said. “Our spouses are friends and we have gone camping or to the vacation home together. … I know her very well.” (Rosner married the producer Alison Kroeker in 2021, while Dalton married former IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe in 2019.)

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Ultimately, the pair’s friendship – and their proximity in the snowplow – made getting through a scene difficult. “We were sitting in the snowplow in the middle of the take and trying to pretend we were in an accident,” Rosner recalled. “There’s a moment where you can look another actor in the eyes and see if they’re saying something like nonsense.”

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He confessed: “There were so many moments where I was like, ‘You’re not really in it.’ And she said, ‘You’re not really in it.’ Then we just burst out laughing and start laughing and wasting everyone’s time.”

Although some recordings took longer, Rosner told Us that filming with Dalton was “pretty easy” overall. “We’ve been friends for a couple of years now and I’ve cast her in my projects,” Rosner said, revealing that he believes it was Dalton’s “good word that got me this role. So that was something I’m grateful for.”

Falling like snowflakes follows photographer Teagan (Dalton) as she searches for the “elusive 12-sided snowflake” in the nearby mountains. She enlists the help of her ex-boyfriend Noah (Rosner), who has a degree in atmospheric science and now drives a snow plow, to get safely through a storm and capture the image.

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While much of the film takes place on the road and in the plow, Rosner told Us that unfortunately he did not get behind the wheel.

“I’d love to say I actually only drove the thing a foot, but they wouldn’t let me,” he admitted. “We actually had a shot planned where I wanted to drive ten feet, just to get at least one shot of me driving the thing. And then I got turned down by the producers at the last second.”

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Rosner noted that producers made the right decision by not having him drive the truck, since it’s the real thing. “I was expecting a very idealistic Hallmarky plow, and it was actually like one of the city plows,” he said, noting, “If there had been a big snowstorm, they would have had to use him.”

Although Rosner joked that the idea of ​​”driving a plow for two hours” attracted him to the project, there were other things in the script that kept him interested.

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“I like the snowflake hunt. That was kind of unique. I had no idea there were 35 different types of snowflakes,” he explained. “And I had no idea what a 12-sided star dendrite was. I’m kind of a nerd, so I like the scientific aspects here.”

Rosner added that he “really believed” the story being told on screen. “These films always deal with a unique niche part of society that you probably don’t know much about,” he continued. “And you learn about it while also enjoying beautiful people falling in love.”

The Hallmark star was also drawn to Teagan’s quest to find a rare snowflake because it had a deeper meaning for her. “The message is don’t stop chasing your dreams,” Rosner teased. “(Teagan) doesn’t give up and she throws herself into real danger. I think that’s the message. Follow your dreams fearlessly.”

Falling like snowflakes Premieres on Hallmark Channel on Saturday, June 29 at 8 p.m. ET.

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