"Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus" by filmmaker Timothy Mahoney is getting an encore presentation in select U.S. theaters on Thursday due to an overwhelming demand for the eye-opening documentary.
The film unveils brand-new discoveries that call decades of archeological studies into question in an effort to answer one question: is there any evidence that the Exodus story actually happened? "Patterns" first premiered in nearly 600 sold-out theaters around the country on Jan. 19, but the film will reopen once more this Thursday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. local time at participating theaters.
Mahoney chronicles an in-depth archeological investigation in Egypt while corroborating the biblical text in "Patterns." Twelve years in the making, the film reveals never-before-seen or rarely seen evidence regarding the Israelites' descent into slavery, their Exodus out of Egypt, and the conquest of the Promised Land. more >>
The original actor for Green Ranger Tommy Oliver, Jason David Frank, confirmed that the "Power Rangers Movie" is already in the works.
In an interview with ComicBook, Frank said, "It is being filmed this year."
"We're definitely not in a holding pattern. The movie is definitely set for this year. Everything is in place. They won't give me specific details because it's all like hush-hush," said Frank. more >>
The co-founder and former guitarist of the popular world-famous Christian rock band the Newsboys has officially renounced his Christian faith and is calling members of the current version of the band hypocrites.
George Perdikis, who founded the chart-topping Christian band in 1985 with his friend Peter Furler, wrote an op-ed on Wednesday published by the website Patheos explaining how he transformed from a guitarist in one of the most popular Christian rock bands of all-time to a cosmetology-enthused atheist.
"I always felt uncomfortable with the strict rules imposed by Christianity. All I wanted to do was play rock and roll," Perdikis wrote. "And yet, most of the attention I received was focused on how well I maintained the impossible standards of religion. I wanted my life to be measured by my music, not be my ability to resist temptation. more >>
It's been about five months since actress Milla Jovovich announced to the world that she's pregnant with her husband and franchise director, Paul W.S. Anderson, and that they have to delay the production for "Resident Evil 6" in Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa.
Recent news now indicated that the Resident Evil crew, including Jovovich herself, will now begin filming this August.
Just like what the 39-year-old "The Fifth Element" star did with the first announcement, Jovovich once again went to her social media to break the good news. more >>
Tyler Perry has shared his prayer for his friend to ignore people's opinions and hopes his words can help others.
Perry, the 45-year-old playwright, took to his Facebook to share some struggles that a friend of his was going through.
"I sent this to a friend of mine last night who's been going through some things. She's a talented gifted woman, but she started paying attention to the voices and chatter of the people around her and stopped looking at the blessing she was standing on," Perry wrote in the Facebook post. "She was looking so low that she didn't realize how high up she was. I think we're all guilty of that at some point or another." more >>
New developments on the upcoming Warner Bros. film "Suicide Squad" indicated that a major DC Universe character might appear in the stand-alone movie.
The Latino-Review reported that Batman will be featured in the Suicide Squad film by getting "mentioned and shown on camera footage."
However, a contradicting statement from Forbes indicated that the Caped Crusader will apparently appear "in an in-story scene, likely at the end of the film and focused on certain circumstances involving the Joker." This might offer hints on a "future solo Batman film." more >>