Filming was already well underway before the Erwin Brothers secured the box-office star to play the abusive father in the faith-based biopic. Read more

A young man from a troubled home finds hope and divine purpose in the inspirational new film I Can Only Imagine, opening this week in theaters. Diving into the backstory of the radio mega hit single, the story chronicles the childhood to young adult journey of Bart Millard, singer-songwriter of the Christian band MercyMe. Millard, played to perfection in the film by newcomer John Michael Finley, is a young man with high aspirations, which are often in conflict with the… Read more

New movie highlights the roles that Christian music artists Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Audio Adrenaline played in the journey of Bart Millard and the formation of the group MercyMe. Read more

Following the introduction of Huckabee and Mike Rowe’s Somebody’s Gotta Do It, Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) continues to move for younger viewers by announcing The State of Faith, an ambitious new docu-series about the state of Christianity around the world. The series will, through modern biblical scholars and historical accounts, trace how the gospel multiplied from Jesus’ followers to the more than 2 billion followers on the earth today. Read more

Faith, hope, and love are not only core aspects of Christian belief but also central themes in Disney’s long-anticipated motion picture adaptation of Madeline L’Engle’s classic novel A Wrinkle In Time. The film, starring Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling and Gugu Mbatha-Raw and directed by Ava DuVernay, centers on the journey of young girl (Storm Reid) determined to rescue her father (Chris Pine) from the deepest corner of the universe. Read more

A new trailer and poster have been revealed for the newest incarnation of Dr. Suess’s beloved grouch The Grinch, from the makers of Despicable Me and Minions. Done in the same 3D style animation of previous releases Horton Hears a Who and The Lorax, the film is directed by Scott Mosier, Yarrow Cheney, stars Benedict Cumberbatch and will release in November from Illumination and Universal Pictures.  Read more

Last night was the premiere of the new CBS show Living Biblically, executive produced by Patrick Walsh and Johnny Galecki. After the show, Walsh and Galecki were joined by series stars Jay Ferguson, Lindsey Kraft, Camryn Manheim and Sara Gilbert. The group discussed some questions that had been asked of the series premiere and also explained how the show had even affected their personal lives. In our previous interview, Walsh told me how he hoped the show would spark conversation and the premiere did that.  Read more

After a box office run that brought in more than $40 million, the Sony Animation/AFFIRM Films film The Star releases on home video this month. Featuring the voices of Steven Yeun, Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Keegan-Michael Key, Kelly Clarkson, Patricia Heaton, Kristin Chenoweth, Tracy Morgan, Tyler Perry, and Oprah Winfrey, it tells the story of the Nativity through the eyes of the animals involved.  Read more

This week, Taylor James, will debut onscreen this week as the biblical hero in Pure Flix’s action movie Samson. The film also stars Billy Zane, Golden Globe® winner Rutger Hauer, Jackson Rathbone, Lindsay Wagner, and Caitlin Leahy. James, previously seen in Justice League and Mamma Mia, launched his acting career on London’s West End as an original cast member in the U.K. production of the musical Footloose. Read more

Can faith be funny? Patrick Walsh, executive producer and showrunner of the new CBS television comedy Living Biblically, thinks so. Taking the New York Times bestseller The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs as a blueprint, the Missouri native has created a show centering on Chip Curry (Jay R. Ferguson), a man looking to improve his life by living out the Bible to the letter. Read more

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