Morris Ruskin’s Los Angeles-based Shoreline Entertainment has boarded worldwide rights heading into Cannes on time-travel romance Another Time.
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.
Justin Hartley, one of the stars on NBC show This Is Us who will star in Bad Moms Christimas, stars with Arielle Kebbel, Chrishell Stause and James Kyson.
Thomas Hennessy directs from a screenplay he co-wrote with Scott Kennard.
“We are excited to represent this film and are eager to share it with audiences all over the world,” Ruskin said.
Shoreline’s Melody Djavadi negotiated the deal with producer Alan Pietruszewski.
The company will also be tempting buyers in the Croisette with worldwide rights to crime drama The White Orchid.
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