Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens Go to Bible Study Together

Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens (pictured here with their Spring Breakers costar Ashley Benson) have more in common than just the Disney machine and ex-boyfriends who are teenybopper heartthrobs. The two actresses are reportedly part of a monthly Hollywood Bible study class. Us Weekly reports that the study group meets in a conference room at a hotel in Beverly Hills and that E! news correspondent Jason Kennedy also attends. Do you think there are any relevant Scripture passages about breaking … [Read more...]

Mumford & Sons Releases Religiously-Tinged New Single ‘Babel’

Brit band Mumford & Sons just played Saturday Night Live last week in support of their new album, Babel. The first single is also titled "Babel," and the song is much more about the Bible than about the Brad Pitt movie. Sample lyric: "Know my weakness, know my voice/and now believe in grace and choice."Religion isn't unfamiliar territory for the band. Lead singer Marcus Mumford's father is a vicar and performed the ceremony when Marcus married Carey Mulligan this spring. Check out the … [Read more...]

There Is Going to Be a Noah’s Ark Movie, Everybody

Although the not-that-successful Evan Almighty dealt with a modern man building an Ark, Hollywood clearly thinks there is room for more Noah movies. Darren Aronofsky, who directed Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream, is contracted to direct Noah, about the Biblical story. This movie won't be a modern retelling - it'll be a historical epic more in the style of The 10 Commandments, although probably easier on the cheese. Russell Crowe has signed on to play Noah, and Liam Neeson is also "circling … [Read more...]

Check Out Arcade Fire’s Spiritual Song for the ‘Hunger Games’ Soundtrack

As the Hunger Games opening day approaches, songs from the soundtrack are starting to trickle out. The first official song is from Taylor Swift, and now the second has made its debut: a track from Arcade Fire entitled "Abraham's Daughter." With band member Regine Chassagne on lead, it's a haunting melody that references the near-sacrifice of Isaac while Abraham's daughter watches from a hidden place. It's a nice way to tie Biblical imagery in with some references from The Hunger Games, and it … [Read more...]