Recently my long time friend, Lee Grady, highlighted in print the deaths of notable Christians. Ann B. Davis, beloved actress, was one of them. Yet at the same time in a publication on newsstands is the headline that she was really a lesbian!
I don't believe it.
In theaters across America right now is a movie called Foxcatcher dealing with the true story of multimillionaire John DuPont's killing of Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz. more >>
The apocalyptic action thriller "Left Behind" starring Nicholas Cage is being released nationwide on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on Wednesday.
In a fresh take on the best-selling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, the rapture-inspired story features Cage as airline pilot Ray Steele who discovers that dozens of his plane passengers have disappeared. Also starring Chad Michael Murray and Jordin Sparks, "Left Behind" serves as a reboot to the famous "Left Behind" film series starring Kirk Cameron, released over 15 years ago.
Speaking about his role in the film, Cage told The Christian Post that he is drawn to films that address spiritual themes. Moreover, the Oscar Award-winning actor described his character in "Left Behind" as "extraordinary." more >>
The Interview opened in about 331 independent theaters on Christmas Day and as January 6, had made $31 million off video streaming. And thanks to North Korea's marketing, $5.99 of that was mine.
Some argue it would have made more under normal circumstances. I don't think so.
Why you ask? It was a terrible movie. I'm no Roger Elbert but in short the movie was stupid, had a terrible plot and lacked even decent acting, given the talent it contained. It was also cruel and gross at times. Give me Dumb and Dumber or Talladega Nights: The Ballard of Ricky Bobby any day. more >>
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are scheduled to meet Pope Francis at the Vatican later this month for a special introduction, according to reports on Wednesday.
Although the Hollywood power couple consider themselves nonreligious, the pair will fly into Rome in early Jan. in order to attend a "VIP meet-and-greet with Pope Francis," reported US Weekly. Both Pitt and Jolie "admire the Pope" as well as his message, according to a source close to the stars.
The Argentinian Pontiff is beloved for his affirmations of Catholic doctrines on abortion, artificial contraception, and homosexuality. Pope Francis maintains the Church's teaching against homosexual acts but also said gay people should not be marginalized. more >>
Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks announced Tuesday that he and wife Cathy are separating after over 25 years of marriage.
"The Lucky One" author shared the sad news in a statement, explaining that the decision was not made with ease.
"Cathy and I have separated," Sparks said, according to People magazine. "This is, of course, not a decision we've made lightly. We remain close friends with deep respect for each other and love for our children." more >>
A new documentary about sex trafficking premiered this month in honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Day (Jan. 11) and executive producer Natalie Grant says the narrative will touch everyone.
"In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom," released by Word Records, follows six modern-day abolitionists fighting to end sex trafficking in the U.S.
Grant, a five-time Dove Award winner, narrates the documentary as each abolitionist encounters victims of sex trafficking across six U.S. cities and share their ordeals. more >>