It looks like the old one Bachelorette contestant Dale Moss returns to your screens once again – but this time it’s not on a reality show. Season 17, according to a new trailer Bachelorette The star and ex-fiance of former star Clare Crawley stars in her first small screen film. That’s right, Dale is heading for romantic comedy in a made-for-TV movie, all of you. Here’s everything you need to know about his movie, Love, Game, Match.
If you’re surprised to see Dale in a movie, don’t be. When old Single and Bachelorette applicants complete their stay in the shows, more often than not, many work and brand opportunities await them. What makes Dale’s situation a little different, however, is that there were rumors that he wasn’t with Clare ~ for the right reasons ~ to begin with … especially after getting engaged to Clare on screen after just four weeks. Fans know the couple broke up in January 2021, then re-engaged in July 2021 before breaking up for good in September 2021. But regardless if Dale was serious about his relationship with Clare, it looks like he or fully on its potential future. acting career. Here’s a look at Dale’s next project:
Love, Game, Match Trailer
The trailer, which premiered on YouTube on December 13, shows Dale as a high school tennis coach saying what is sure to be the movie’s most quoted phrase: “Everything I do turns out to be pretty much awesome. “
The film – which was shared on YouTube by a Canadian television company called Reel One Entertainment – follows an economics teacher named Liz who agrees to test some of her students’ online matchmaking services. Dale’s character, Ted, also joins the service. When Liz and Ted are asked to work together to plan the school carnival, sparks end up flying between the two (or at least, that’s what viewers are led to believe from the kissing clip underneath. fireworks from the trailer). Is it me, or does this look a lot like a Bachelorette date of birthplace? To be determined whether or not Liz receives a rose.
Love, Game, Match To throw
Besides Dale, who plays tennis instructor Ted, there’s at least one other face you might recognize: Cristine Prosperi, who played Imogen Moreno on Degraded, co-stars as Ted’s love interest, Liz. The rest of the cast is mostly made up of newcomers and small screen actors, but working alongside a well-known name like Dale could be major for a few careers.
Love, Game, Match Release date
There is no specific release date for the film of December 14, but the trailer says it is slated for release sometime in 2022. Check out this space to learn more Love, Game, Match details as they come to light, and stay tuned to see if this is the start of Dale Moss’ * official * acting career.