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Garcelle Beauvais Teams Up w/ Ghanaian Writer/Director Leila Djansi On 'And Then There Was You'

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by Tambay A. Obenson
April 18, 2013 8:32 PM
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Garcelle Beauvais is attached to star in Ghanaian filmmaker Leila Djansi's follow-up to last year's Ties That Bind, which starred Kimberly Elise.

Titled And Then There Was You, the drama will see Ms Beauvais play a woman adjusting to a new life after after her husband leaves, when she falls for a new man, but eventually discovers secrets of his that might signal trouble ahead for their blossoming relationship.

Rounding out the starring cast are Lynn WhitfieldGreg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover.

Suzanne Patrick, Ryan Daly and Tim Taylor are producing the Turning Point Pictures production in association with OHTV; while Dave Harper is executive producing. 

Principal photography is schedule to begin next month in Los Angeles.

Djansi's last feature, Ties That Bind, saw Kimberly Elise star alongside Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade and Ghanaian actress Ama K Abebrese. It told the story of 3 women from different walks of life, bound together by a similar pain: the loss of a child.

That film is now available on several home video platforms.

MsWOO interviewed director Djansi HERE; and also Vanessa reviewed the film positively, which you can read HERE.

Up next for Garcelle Beauvais is Roland Emmerich's thriller White House Down, which stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum, and The Promise keeper, written, produced and to be directed by, Jerry LaMothe.

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2 Comments

  • deane | April 20, 2013 1:03 AMReply

    leila is africa's pride. this will be good one.

  • ALM | April 18, 2013 9:52 PMReply

    This should be good.

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