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Omar Epps (left) and Kurtwood Smith in a scene from the TV series 'Resurrection'. The actors will be in Malaysia next month to promote their show.
Actors Omar Epps and Kurtwood Smith are heading their way here to promote their TV series.
Resurrection is a new TV series based on a book by author Jason Mott called The Returned. The show revolves around the residents of a US town called Arcadia in Missouri, whose lives turn upside down when their loved ones return from the dead!
One of those who has “returned” is Jacob Langston, an eight-year-old boy who drowned more than three decades ago. Found “alive” somewhere in a rice field in China, Jacob is then brought back to Arcadia by an immigration agent named Marty Bellamy, who is played by Omar Epps. Kurtwood Smith plays Henry Langston, Jacob’s father.
Other stars in the show includes Frances Fisher, Matt Craven, Devin Kelley, Mark Hildreth and Samaire Strong, with Landon Gimenez as Jacob.
Resurrection premiered in the US early last month and will make its debut here on the Lifetime channel (Astro Ch 709) on May 12 at 10pm. To promote the launch of the show, Epps and Smith will be coming to Malaysia to meet the press, and to hang out with some fans. And guess what? We have FIVE pairs of meet-and-greet passes to give away!
To win these exclusive passes, all you need to do is to answer one simple question and state why you want to meet the stars of Resurrection:
1. When can you catch Resurrection on the Lifetime channel (date and time)?
2. Tell us why you want to meet Omar Epps and Kurtwood Smith (in not more than 20 words).
Send all entries to email@example.com by April 30. Winners will be contacted by the organiser, with details of the meet-and-greet session.
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