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Jamie Dornan’s ‘The Tourist’ and Jodie Comer’s’ ‘Help’ Licensed to China – ATF

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Patrick Frater Asia Bureau ChiefJamie Dornan-starring series ‘The Tourist’ and Jodie Comer- and Stephen Graham-starring serie ‘Help’ have both been licensed to Chinese companies by international distributor All3Media International.The deals were announced on Tuesday, on the eve of the Asa TV Forum and Market in Singapore, which runs from Wednesday to Friday.“The Tourist,” in which Dornan’s character survives a massive car crash in the Australian outback was pre-sold to Pumpkin Films.

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