Riot Studios' "Believe Me" is available on DVD on Tues., March 3, allowing audiences everywhere to see the unexpected journey to faith starring Alex Russell.
Directed by Will Bakke, "Believe Me" follows four broke college seniors who start a fake charity to embezzle money for tuition. Aimed specifically at Christians, Sam (Russell) and his friends accrue hefty sums of money before their conscience catches up with them. However, different moral compasses threaten to tear the friends apart, and following the advice of a devout churchgoer named Callie (Johanna Braddy), Sam is transformed as a person.
"The DVD takes 'Believe Me' to a wider audience where we know it will continue to connect, amuse and challenge," Bakke said in a statement. more >>
Meagan Good is involved with a clothing brand that she may believe can usher in a movement celebrating "good girls."
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress married to Hollywood executive DeVon Franklin, is encouraging girls to not take on stereotypes of bad girl imagery. Good and her sister La'Myia posed in some DEFEND clothing line items in an image posted to the former's Instagram page.
She spoke about the movement that she's helping to usher in that fused the DEFEND clothing brand and her ideals. more >>
Bruce Lee's family wants to tell his real life story to the rest of the world. His family, represented by his daughter Shannon Lee, recently announced that they are working on a new biographical film about the life of the martial arts and Hollywood legend. Bruce Lee died at 32, at the height of his martial arts career.
According to a report in the Independent, the family wants to highlight not just his "physical ability" as a skilled martial artist but also "focus on his spiritual and artistic side." His martial arts skills were demonstrated quite well in the films "Enter the Dragon" and "Fists of Fury."
Several biographical films have been made about Bruce Lee, namely "The Real Bruce Lee," "Bruce Lee, My Brother" and "Dragon: The Real Bruce Lee," but Shannon Lee said that "they've lacked a complete understanding of his philosophies and artistry. They haven't captured the essence of his beliefs in martial arts or storytelling." more >>
Fans of the beloved Rocky sports movie franchise have long been waiting for any update for its highly anticipated spin-off project titled "Creed." This week, MGM and Warner Bros. Pictures released its full synopsis.
To be spearheaded by "Fruitvale Station" director Ryan Coogler, "Creed" will put the limelight on Adonis Creed (to be played by Michael B. Jordan), the son of Rocky's (Sylvester Stallone) rival and friend.
The movie will follow Adonis' pursuit to greatness in this brutal yet honorable sport, according to the synopsis. Stallone will appear as the iconic Rocky Balboa character but will only be on the ringside as he serves as the trainer for the young Creed. more >>
American actor Will Smith appeared on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he recreated the theme song from his old TV series, "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
"I Am Legend" actor, Will Smith made a guest appearance on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" to promote his new movie, "Focus," a romantic dark comedy where he co-stars with Margot Robbie.
Smith, 46, is currently on the rebound from his critically panned 2013 sci-fi film, "After Earth," and he treated host Ellen and the studio audience to an impromptu rap rendition of the theme song from "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", as well as a performance of "Summertime." more >>
A reboot of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Movie" is set to be released in mid-2016, and is rumored to include an A-list cast.
Lionsgate, makers of "The Hunger Games" and "Divergent," is partnering with Saban Entertainment to release a reboot of the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Movie" on July 22, 2016. Speculations have emerged that a cast of A-list actors, including "Kick A--" star, Chloe Grace Moretz, "The Hunger Games" actor, Liam Hemsworth, and Oscar winner, Meryl Streep will be joining the live action movie.
Based on a 1993 children's television series about a group of teens given the extraterrestrial power to "morph" into superheroes to protect the world from alien invaders, the big budget reboot is set to put a dark spin on the original series. more >>