The Noel Diary Release Date: In the romantic comedy The Noel Diary, Justin Harley, Bonnie Bedelia, Barrett Doss, and Treat Williams play the main characters. The Noel Diary is based on the book of the same name that was a big hit.
Charles Shyer was in charge of making the movie, and Margret H. Huddleston, Stephanie Slack, and Ridoyanul Hoq helped make it. The Noel Diary, based on Richard Paul Evans's New York Times best-selling novel from 2017, is coming out just in time for the holidays. Here's everything we know about it.
When Will The Noel Diary Come Out?
Netflix just announced when the movie will come out. The first episode of The Noel Diary is set to air on Netflix on November 24, 2022.
The Plot of The Noel Diary
As far as we know, the movie is about a famous author named Jake Turner who goes back home for Christmas to settle the estate of his estranged mother. Eventually, he finds a diary that may have secrets about his past and the past of Rachel (Barrett Doss), an interesting young woman who is on her own journey.
Also, the official description of the movie on Netflix says, “As he cleans out his childhood home at Christmas, a writer meets a woman who is looking for her birth mother. Will an old diary open the door to their pasts—and their hearts?”
The Cast of The Noel Diary
We only know about the actors and other people who are in the film at this point. We still don't know who each member of the cast will play. Here is a list of the official cast of The Noel Diary, based on what we know so far. Take a look.
- Justin Hartley as Jacob Turner
- Barrett Doss as Rachel
- Bonnie Bedelia
- Treat Williams
- James Remar
- Essence Atkins
- Vivian Full as Shari
- Aaron Costa Ganis
- Andrea Sooch as Svetlana
The Noel Diary: Trailer
The best-selling novel The Noel Diary will soon be turned into a Netflix movie with the same name. Simon & Schuster says that Richard Paul Evans is the #1 best-selling author of more than forty books in both the New York Times and USA TODAY.
This story is perfect for the Christmas season because it's about an author who had a hard childhood and overcame problems. It's also full of strange and funny characters. The only way to know if it lives up to the hopes of novel readers is to wait and see.