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Rick Santorum steps out in new role as movie mogul
"We'll see where we are a year from now. But in the meantime, I am all in with this (movie-making) and we'll see how it goes."
A Theological View of ‘Zero Dark Thirty’
Aside from disputes about whether torture succeeds, theologians wonder if it should be accepted by society if it does succeed (Samuel Freedman, The New York Times)
Brad Pitt Circling Biblical Epic Villain Turn In 'Pontius Pilate' At Warner Bros
Rather than a straight ahead Biblical film, Blasi’s script reads almost like a Biblical era Twilight Zone episode in which a proud, capable Roman soldier gets in way over his head (Deadline)
Anti-Muslim filmmaker's sentence unrelated to content, judge says
Youssef was under a type of federal probation at the time, and admitted to violating terms of that probation in court Wednesday (Los Angeles Times)
Hollywood's New Bible Stories
Lured by public-domain source material and epic adventure stories ripe for big-time special effects, studios and filmmakers are rediscovering the Good Book; Russell Crowe as Noah. (The Wall Street Journal)
Religion: Back With a Vengeance at Venice Festival
Unorthodox love stories abound, as do tales of spiritual crisis (New York Times)
Opinion: The Apocalypse Is Nigh—So Laugh It Up?
Examining the Hollywood record on religious comedy. (Thomas Hibbs, The Wall Street Journal)
In Prison, Play With Trial at Its Heart Resonates
“The Life of Jesus Christ,” with a cast of inmates, made its debut this weekend at the Louisiana State Penitentiary. (The New York Times)
‘October Baby’ Film Makes a Dent at the Box Office
But at a time when the issue is once again causing agitation in political circles, a small film, “October Baby,” about a woman who learns she is, as the movie puts it, a “survivor of a failed abortion,” is making a dent at theaters across the country. (New York Times)
Does Russell Crowe Float Your Boat As Noah In Darren Aronofsky's Biblical Film?
Director Aronofsky also wants Liam Neeson for another role (Deadline)
Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?
Study: Where Are the Women Leading Evangelical Organizations?
That's the mystery the Gender Parity Project, whose results debut this weekend, sets out to solve.
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