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“Dark Shadows” star Sharon Smyth Lentz joins ‘Never Can Say Goodbye.’

10806485_10152391128305882_2257055713906920616_nAfter a four decade hiatus from the entertainment industry, Sharon Smyth Lentz is having one Hell of a comeback! The soap opera star on “Search for Tomorrow” turned horror actress has been steadily booking new roles since she returned to fans 2013. These roles have since included Roxsy & Me, On A Country Road, and Stay Hidden; and it was just announced that the “Dark Shadows” actress has earned herself a part in the upcoming paranormal-romance thriller, Never Can Say Goodbye.

The screenplay is helmed by Theresa Chaze and Justin D. Chambers is currently tapped as the film’s director. Lentz will appear in Never Can Say Goodbye alongside Lauren Holly (“NCIS”), Kimberly Estrada (“All My Children”), Bill Hayes (“Days of Our Lives”), Sally Kirkland (Anna), John Thomassen (Blood Reservoir), Conrad Goodie (“One Tree Hill”), Niki Cipriano (“Necroland”), Lillian Lamour, and many more.

Never Can Say Goodbye is currently in pre-production with a scene read-through scheduled for this afternoon. Cosmos Productions LLC is hoping to put this film into production in 2015. Interested readers can follow this title on Facebook for all future updates:
https://www.facebook.com/Nevercansaygoodbyeparanormalfilm.

“Have you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Yet for the life of you couldn’t remember meeting them before. Did you wonder why? Would you want to remember? Would you want to know? What if the knowledge would save your life? Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing course at a small college. Since she never forgets a kindness, she reluctantly agrees. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her decision. She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay. Even as the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of another time arouse feelings of hatred that she doesn’t understand and cannot control. When she meets Shane, all of their lives are thrown onto a dangerous collision course from which they can neither run, nor can they hide. The question is, “Can they overcome their tragic past or will they be doomed to repeat it?”

Written by Michael Therkelsen

(Senior Editor)