Amelia Tate was content with life, putting her dreams of acting on hold when her parents passed away, taking care of her younger sister Kathryn. But when Kathryn convinces her to audition for the lead role in the remake of Roman Holiday, Amelia’s life changes overnight. Whisked off to Rome to prepare, she’s given the actual suite Audrey Hepburn stayed in and her own personal butler. However, with fame comes a price, and the studio partners her with a handsome American journalist who has his own ambitions. Amelia and Philip clash as she struggles to keep her private life private, but as they spend time together, she starts to trust him and begins to open up. When a misunderstanding about what he’s writing is revealed, Amelia will have to question whether this revelation will ruin her happily ever after.
A starry-eyed young girl journeys from the mountains of Appalachia to the stage at Dollywood, where she discovers the impact of African-Americans on the world of country music – while at the same time competing in a country music competition for kids, hosted by Dolly Parton herself.
Johnny Kapahala, a teen snowboarding champion from Vermont, returns to Oahu, Hawaii, for the wedding of his hero — his grandfather, local surf legend Johnny Tsunami — and to catch a few famous Kauai waves. When Johnny arrives, he meets his new family including “Uncle Chris” (the 12-year-old son of his new step-grandmother) who resents the upcoming marriage. Chris’s only interest is to join a mountain boarding crew led by a teenage bully. When Johnny’s grandfather and his new wife open a surf shop that also caters to mountain boarders, they are soon embroiled in a turf war with a rival shop owner who wants to shut their business down.