A powerful documentary by Christian filmmaker Reuben Evans tells a unique story involving his wife who was almost aborted before being adopted as a baby.
Evan's "Reunion" follows Kim Coppe, a Christian mother who first got pregnant at age 17 and chose to give her daughter up for adoption. In the documentary, Coppe recounts her inner turmoil and complete dependence on God during the pregnancy, as well as the unshakable faith it took to offer her child to another family.
"I was raised by my godly mother through my teen years, and I went to school and was outspoken in my testimony of strong faith," she explains in the film. "I had such a confident assurance in my walk with the Lord, but with that can also come spiritual pride. So part of my story and journey that I am sharing involves that facet of my life." more >>
"The Good Lie," a film that tells the story of the lost boys of Sudan and their plight to escape civil war and assimilate into American culture hit theaters last week and is a movie Christians should not miss, according to some prominent evangelical leaders.
The film takes place during the real South Sudanese civil war of the 1980s and 90s that displaced millions of natives, forcing them into refugee camps where some of them were able to gain access to living in the U.S through several faith-based and government initiatives.
WEA (World Evangelical Alliance) Secretary General Geoff Tunnicliffe screened the movie and discussed it with the creators and stars, including Reese Witherspoon. He recently shared his enthusiasm for the "The Good Lie" with The Christian Post and explained why Christians and others should get behind it. more >>
Ever since a fifth installment of the Terminator series has been announced, there has only been a few updates like plot details, casting rumors, and film development reported. However, J.K. Simmons, star of the upcoming "Terminator: Genisys," shared some insights about the film.
During an interview with Coming Soon, the 59-year-old veteran actor revealed that the anticipated movie will be more of a "love story" than what it would be expected.
Talking about his co-stars including Arnold Schwarzenegger, as the titular character, Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jai Courtney and more others, the "Juno" star also dished out some important information about the forthcoming film. more >>
Alongside other blockbuster flicks like "Beverly Hills Cop," "G.I. Joe," and "Hansel and Gretel," the science action robot-filled film "Transformers" is reported to have yet another sequel for the fifth time, according to reports.
While fans and viewers may expect another high-octane fight scenes from the beloved robots, the story of "Transformers 5" is said to take place when Optimus Prime leaves Earth for good. Having said so, the fifth sequel will now feature the battle between the descendants of the Autobots and Decepticons, the Maximals and the Predacons, respectively.
Meanwhile, there have been reports circulating that long time "Transformers" director Michael Bay may have given up the helmer seat to focus on another project. The rumors gained mixed reactions. Others are quite glad about it while some are still hopeful that the 49-year-old "Pearl Harbor" director will still handle the project. more >>
Actors Chris Pine (Commander James T. Kirk) and Zachary Quinto (Spock) will do at least one more film in the reboot series and the twelfth installment of the science fiction movie "Star Trek."
Collider reported that J.J. Abrams won't be there to helm the third reboot sequel as his hands are busy tending the upcoming and another space saga "Star Wars Episode VII." However, he later confirmed that he will act as one of the "Star Trek 3" producers.
Rumored to have been slated for a 2016 release, fansite Trekmovie indicated in their publication that the initial production of the film may start in Asia particularly in the bustling city of Seoul, South Korea. more >>
Earlier this year, reports indicated that directors Anthony and Joe Russo had been signed again to direct a third installment for the superhero film "Captain America." The helmers confirmed the reports in March 2014 with Kevin Feige set as producer and Christopher Markus and Stephen McFreely to once again write the screenplay.
The continuation of the franchise was brought out following the record-breaking April box office opening for the previous "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." This goes on to say that the Marvel film series is indeed a "hot solo-movie commodity," as Screen Rant put it.
Meanwhile, casting rumors indicated Jeremy Renner's involvement in the project. more >>