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The story centres on a man who falls for a woman who is already engaged. With the help of a disgraced scientist he travels on a journey back in time before she meets her fiancé.
“We are excited to represent this film and are eager to share it with audiences all over the world,” Ruskin said.
The company will also be tempting buyers in the Croisette with worldwide rights to crime drama The White Orchid.
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Beaver will appear in the final three episodes of the time-traveling series’ freshman season as Nsa Agent Neville, who comes to Mason Industries to lock horns with Sakina Jaffrey’s Agent Christopher, TVLine has learned. (Kripke first announced the casting via Twitter.)
Neville is “harboring a dark secret,” Kripke teases, adding, “I refuse to make a TV show »
A star from Heroes will soon appear on Elementary. James Kyson revealed that he will appear on Elementary in 2017. He was headed to the set on Wednesday to film his appearance.Check out his tweet about the CBS series below.#WorkWednesday - heading to #NYC next week for the show #Elementary... the place where i grew up. It's been a while #BigApple #ComingHome— James Kyson (@JamesKyson) December 28, 2016In 2016, Kyson has appeared on NCIS: Los Angeles, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, and School of Rock. He will also appear on Sleepy Hollow in an episode set to air during season four.Are you a fan of James Kyson? Are you excited to see him on Elementary? Tell us what you think. »
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