The director and co-writer of the upcoming religious parody, "Believe Me," says that although his project takes a hard look "at the power of platforms, particularly among today's young Christians," he does not want to label the film as a "Christian movie."
When asked if he would be marketing "Believe Me" to Christians and people of faith, Will Bakke, the director and co-writer of the film, told The Blaze, "Of course!"
He went on to note the visible presence and power of the Christian demographic at movie theaters of late. more >>
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban silenced the rumor mill after putting on a united front at the CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tenn. on Wednesday, June 4.
The longtime couple are just days shy of their eighth wedding anniversary on June 25, but reports have surfaced lately suggesting marital trouble. Despite the negative reports, Kidman and Urban graced the red carpet in Music City with their arms lovingly around one another.
Wednesday's appearance served to silence the reports that suggested Kidman and Urban lead "separate lives" as the pair offered each other loving gazes and kisses while seated in the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday. Kidman, who turns 47 this month, donned a shirt white dress decorated with blue beading while next to the 46-year-old "American Idol" judge at the awards show. more >>
A recently released study from researchers in Germany has concluded that a link exists between pornography usage and lower brain mass.
Published last week by JAMA Psychiatry, the cross-sectional study was conducted by Dr. Simone Kühn of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin and Dr. Jürgen Gallinat of University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendor in Hamburg.
The researchers surveyed 64 adult males in good health, who had varying levels of pornography consumption. more >>
A new documentary about immigration, "The Stranger," which will be shown in thousands of churches across the United States beginning Wednesday, seeks to both push lawmakers toward reforming immigration and to make churches a more welcoming place for immigrants.
The film emphasizes the brokenness of the current immigration system by showing how that system has harmed the lives of three immigrant families. It was directed by Emmy-award winning producer Linda Midgett.
In a Thursday interview with The Christian Post, she said her goal for the film was "to put a human face on" immigration, rather than view the issue through the lens of the political process of immigration reform. more >>
Keshia Chante, the Canadian singer turned host of BET's 106th & Park, is hinting that she has auditioned for the role of late singer Aaliyah Haughton in an upcoming biopic and fans are speaking up.
Keshia,25, took to her Instagram account to post an image in which she bared a striking resemblance to the late singer and titled it, "the audition." A number of fans seemed supportive of Keshia possibly playing Aaliyah in a rumored biopic.
"I pray you get this role," one person commented on the Instagram photograph. more >>
Actress and mother Angelina Jolie said in a recent interview that she and fellow actor, and partner, Brad Pitt do not want their children to follow in their footsteps and be in the entertainment industry. However, daughter Vivienne makes an appearance in Jolie's new movie, "Maleficent," and their other children have had cameos, which Jolie said is perfectly fine.
"We think it's fun for our kids to have cameos and join us on set, but not to be actors," Jolie told Entertainment Weekly. "That's not our goal, for Brad and I, at all. But the other three and four-year-old [performers] would not come near me [during 'Maleficent']. It had to be a child that liked me and wasn't afraid of my horns and my eyes and my claws, so it had to be Viv."
Vivienne did not exactly take to the role, though, and Jolie explained that it took a bit of prodding for her to do what was needed as the young Princess Aurora. It actually took the entire family to try and coax Vivienne, 5, into her performance. more >>