Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "The Bible" series star Diogo Morgado is now starring in a new television series "The Messengers" where he is taking on a much different role.
The Portuguese actor is well known for his role as Jesus in 2013's hit "Bible" series, but today, Morgado is seizing quite the opposite role as a devil-like character in The CW's forthcoming series "The Messengers." The actor, who also starred in the film "Son of God," portrays the mysterious Satan-like character "The Man" in the series, which is set to air on April 17. In a first look at Morgado as the devil, The Christian Post revealed a poster for "The Messengers" featuring the actor ensconced in char and flames.
"When evil rises, good awakens," the poster reads. more >>
Oscar-nominated actor Tom Berenger recently voiced his opinion of some of today's faith films, including his latest project, "Lonesome Dove Church," just days before its March 24th release.
Unlike other faith-based films available today, "Lonesome Dove Church" is based on real events that led to the foundation of the church in the U.S. during the 1800's. Berenger, who is well-known for his roles in films such as "Inception" and the TV miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys," portrays an itinerant preacher, John Shepherd, who has dreams of building his own church in the stirring western.
"Lonesome Dove Church" joins the ranks of other faith-based releases today including "God's Not Dead," but offers a historically accurate depiction of Christians as well as the church in the U.S. Just ahead of the American Civil War, Shepherd is compelled to defend his only son Isaac against a cold-blooded killer while carefully navigating the western frontier. Furthermore, Berenger explained that his character puts his faith and his future on the line by taking an abolitionist stance and springing to defend Isaac against accusations of robbery and murder. more >>
Cybill Shepherd has been a Christian and has been in the public eye for a while as a model. This Hollywood superstar had a personal tragedy, which strained her relationship. But, now that she is involved with this film, she shares with us how she turned to Jesus for healing.
This actress is in the new movie "Do You Believe?" which will be hitting theaters soon. Growing up she says she has always been a Christian and involved with giving her time to God. But, after heartbreak she didn't know how to feel. She eventually turned to Jesus for help, and he healed her broken heart. Right after that, she was asked to play a role in a Christian movie. God's perfect timing helped her overcome some hardships in her life.
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Over the weekend, a slew of promo pictures for the upcoming reboot of the superhero film "Fantastic Four" have surfaced online. Excluding Jamie Bell's the Thing and Toby Kebbel's Doctor Doom, the series of photos tells why this title could be something to look forward to in the big screen.
Total Film shared four new images featuring Kate Mara suited up as Sue Storm, Michael B. Jordan getting prepped on his suit by a group of people wearing protective garments, and Miles Teller as Reed Richards.
Speaking of Teller, the 28-year-old actor recently sat down with MTV News to dish out some information suggesting that the forthcoming blockbuster won't exactly be that "too serious" as what those skeptics have made out from the first preview trailer. more >>
Director Guy Ritchie recently tweeted about the first day of filming of his new film, "Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur" and shared some story details about the upcoming film as well. His tweet included a photo of himself with the movie's lead star Charlie Hunnam of "Sons of Anarchy."
In Warner Brothers' take on the legend of the Knights of the Round Table, Arthur's back story is a bit different. According to a report in Empire Online, the movie's official synopsis talks about Arthur as "a streetwise young Arthur who runs the back alleys of Londonium with his gang, unaware of the life he was born for until he grasps hold of the sword Excalibur – and with it, his future."
He is forced to join the Resistance where he meets "a mysterious young woman named Guinevere." His challenges include mastering the sword, facing his own demons and uniting the people to defeat Vortigern the tyrant. Vortigern is also responsible for his parents' murder. more >>
Disney Studios has officially announced that it is developing a sequel to the successful animated movie "Frozen." The announcement was made during a recent shareholders meeting by John Lasseter, Disney and Pixar's chief creative officer, Disney Chairman Bob Iger and Josh Gad, who voiced the lovable character of Olaf in the movie.
According to Variety, the announcement was very much expected after the first movie became one of the highest-grossing animated films in history, earning $1.3 billion in the box office in 2013 and said to have "helped reinvigorate" Walt Disney Animation Studios. The merchandise developed after the movie continues to earn millions for Disney to this day.
"Frozen 2" will see the directors of the first film, Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, coming back to direct. Disney Producer Peter Del Vecho is working with the duo to develop the project. more >>