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Angel Studios has big plans to produce viewer-driven content such as “The Chosen”

Angel Studios, which works with the popular Christian series “The Chosen,” is just getting started. The family-friendly moviemaking powerhouse could end up disrupting how films and TV shows are funded and created. ...

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Faith-based ‘American Underdog’ movie performs well in theaters

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“American Underdog,” the new faith-based film about football star Kurt Warner, had a strong opening weekend and despite a strong “Spiderman” and other holiday movies. It opened in the top 10 at ...

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Actor Denzel Washington opens up about faith, spiritual warfare and heaven

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Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington shared his faith in a recent story in “The New York Times.” “What I do, what I make, what I made — all of that — is ...

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Our Top 10 Thanksgiving movies

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Can’t “movie” from all the turkey and pumpkin pie? Sit back and enjoy one of our favorite Thanksgiving-themed movies. We’ve included a clip or the original movie trailer to check them out. ...

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The real reason we have another (terrible) God’s Not Dead movie

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The movie “God’s Not Dead: We The People” is another very bad entry in a very bad franchise. But after watching the film and speaking to its star and producer David A.R. ...

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Movie biopic of C.S. Lewis is brilliant and thoughtful

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The Most Reluctant Convert is based on a successful stage play/monologue written by Max McLean. This filmed version features McLean as an elderly C.S. Lewis who walks viewers back through key dramatized moments ...

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Minno is the ‘Disney Plus’ for Christian kids, and Tony Evans in Israel

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I deleted Disney Plus from my television the other day — much to the consternation of my 9-year-old daughter. She enjoys shows about ponies and princesses. Unfortunately, though, her eyes (and thumb) ...

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Dune is perhaps the most highly-anticipated sci-fi film since Star Wars: A New Hope

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Frank Herbert’s epic Dune, published in 1965, is (arguably) to sci-fi what Lord of the Rings is to fantasy. This sweeping saga encompasses a riveting tale of politics, revolution, religion, love, loyalty and interstellar civil ...

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‘Cry Macho’ misses mark at being a great movie

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They say that cowboys are a breed tougher than nails and as strong as steel but in Clint Eastwood‘s “Cry Macho,” he recasts the myth. For a huge portion of his past, ...

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Five Marvel superhero movies about family

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, is the latest superhero blockbuster from Marvel.  Here’s a quick peek at the movie’s biggest theme: It’s all about family. While Shang-Chi—like any superhero ...

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Award-winning film ‘Nine Days’ celebrates beauty of life

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Filmmaker Edson Oda has made a new movie about the gift of life. “Nine Days” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year and is captivating audiences in its current theatrical release. ...

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Singing in church prepared Jennifer Hudson to play Aretha Franklin

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Jennifer Hudson says her own connection to Gospel music helped her fill the role of Aretha Franklin in the upcoming biopic RESPECT. Hudson may not have taken on the “Queen of Soul” ...

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Disney changing name of ‘Star Wars’ LEGO ship to be politically correct

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Political correctness is spreading to a “galaxy far, far away.” Disney is forcing a name change for Boba Fett’s ship, “Slave I,” in a move that has Star Wars fans mocking the ...

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Hollywood in the heartland: Major entertainment studio coming to Missouri

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Missouri leaders this week announced plans to build the largest entertainment production services and rehearsal facility of its kind in the nation. The 32-acre, $111 million Gateway Studios development near St. Louis will include ...

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Filmmakers target wisdom of lockdowns in ‘Follow the Science’ Documentary

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For the arts industry, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Musicians saw incomes instantly wiped out when live venues were forced to close due to lockdowns. The filmmakers and the industry came to ...

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Kendrick brothers will release two films for fall

The Kendrick brothers are at it again. In partnership with Sony Pictures’ Affirm Films, they are releasing their first documentary, “Show Me the Father,” and the fictional “Courageous Legacy” later this year. ...

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Disney turns an iconic, married Star Wars character gay

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“Star Wars” fans may be surprised to learn that Lando Calrissian from “The Empire Strikes Back” is not heterosexual. According to Marvel, Lucasfilm and the official Star Wars website, Calrissian is a ...

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From ‘The Chosen’ to ‘America Unearthed’: 9 things to watch now

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The best new thing to watch on television isn’t on Netflix, Disney Plus or broadcast television. In fact, you can’t even watch it on satellite or cable TV. It’s Season 2 of ...

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‘Roe v. Wade’ may be first film to accurately tell the history

The film Roe v. Wade tells the story of what many consider one of the most important cases in Supreme Court history. It’s a tale told from an insider’s dramatized perspective, that ...

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‘Resurrection’ tells the story of the final days of Jesus on earth

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Many remember that “The Ten Commandments” was an annual Easter season feature on American broadcast television. An appropriate film though, as it told of God’s deliverance of the Hebrew people from Egypt ...

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Actor Jim Caviezel calls out America for its great sin of abortion

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Actor Jim Caviezel, who portrayed Jesus in “The Passion of the Christ,” recently called abortion America’s great sin. “Many people are a part of this great sin in this country,” he said. ...

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Hallmark Channel reaffirms commitment to including LGBTQ characters in programs

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The Hallmark Channel is just one network that has been targeted by the LGBTQ community to add more diverse characters in programming. The company says it is already doing so with that ...

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2021 shaping up to be good year for faith-based films

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Faith-based movies performed well in 2020 despite many theaters closing because of the pandemic. For example, the film “I Still Believe” landed at No. 1 for its debut opening and brought in ...

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The 10 best family-friendly movies of 2020

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Even if 2020 was the worst year in recent history, it still produced dozens of inspiring and entertaining movies families can enjoy – including documentaries, dramas and comedies. Here are the 10 ...

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Numbers are in: How Covid killed the box office

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CNBC reports that movie box office sales plummeted by 80% during 2020. The data, gathered by Comscore, found that U.S. revenues came in at just $2.28 billion, down from $11.4 billion in ...

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