Another comic book series is going the way of live-action adaptation. This time, it's the obscure "Lazarus" comic book series of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, which was published under Image Comics in 2013. Legendary Television and Mark Tolmach of Tolmach Productions will be working on a TV adaptation of the comic book series after they acquired the rights to the series recently.
The story is interesting enough. It is set in a dystopian futuristic world, where only a handful of families control society. Each family has their own Lazarus, a genetically-engineered, invincible being who is the family's protector. As protector, the Lazarus will use any means possible to protect the family's interests.
The key character in the series is a Lazarus called Forever Carlyle. Like any other Lazarus, "she uses force and deception to keep her family and their interests safe," according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter. more >>
This woman has been married for years, and not been able to hear her loved ones voice. Something like this is extremely difficult for both parties to deal with. But thank God for giving this woman a chance to hear sound through this incredible technology.
When she is first able to hear the voice of the woman helping her, the woman then ask her husband to speak up. Her reaction to his voice will simply melt your heart away. Moments like this are simply priceless in every way. We take so much for granted in this world, and there are times we need to sit down and thanks God for all our blessings. Our hearing is one of the most amazing gifts that not everyone is blessed with. Technology has made so many advancements and it gives her the opportunity to hear … WOW! Share with all!
Watch this woman hear her husband's voice for the first time below: more >>
The McDonald's Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour returns in May for its ninth annual event and a list of performers were announced on Wednesday.
Gospel music powerhouse Yolanda Adams is set to take part in the 14-city tour, hosted by national radio personality, Lonnie Hunter. Adams is joined by acclaimed singer/songwriter, Donald Lawrence, evangelist Dorinda Clark-Cole, Ricky Dillard, DeWayne Woods, BET's Sunday Best winner Tasha Page-Lockhart and comedienne Small Fire.
"I couldn't pass up an opportunity to join this unique tour with so many of my phenomenal peers," said Clark-Cole of The Clark Sisters. "The tour will certainly be filled with exciting, soul-stirring music." more >>
I grew up on the Jersey shore. (No, it wasn't like the TV show.) Every summer morning I'd see several men combing the beach with metal detectors looking for jewelry and change lost the day before. One lost diamond earring or ring could pay for the metal detector several times over.
But as useful and successful as metal detectors are, they can't be used to find everything. Metal detectors won't help you find wood, plastic, rubber, or other nonmetallic objects.
Now, suppose metal-detector man, after just combing the beach, says to you, "I know there's no plastic or rubber on that beach because I looked for those things with my metal detector and found nothing!" Then suppose he goes even further and says, "There's not only no plastic or rubber on that beach, there is no plastic or rubber anywhere because I've never found a speck of it with my metal detector!" Meanwhile, you can't help but notice that his metal detector is made of mostly plastic and rubber. more >>
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "The Bible" mini-series is still breaking records, becoming a Spanish network's highest rated show just 10 days before the premiere of their follow-up series "A.D.," which will broadcast on Easter Sunday.
"The Bible," which tells the story of the Christian and Jewish Holy book from Genesis to Acts, debuted on the Spanish network Telemundo Wednesday night and pulled in 3.22 million viewers, making it the channel's highest rated 8 p.m. premiere.
"Within just 10 days of the premiere of 'A.D.: The Bible Continues' on NBC, 2013's 'The Bible' series continues to break records, this time on Telemundo, pulling in 3.22 million viewers on Wednesday night," according to statement shared with The Christian Post. "The epic story continues nightly on Telemundo through Good Friday when it will air the epic three hour finale." more >>