'Fireproof' Filmmakers Announce Next Movie

'Courageous' about fathers 'rising with courage.' Plus other religious movie news.

Sunday's evening service was anything but "regular" at Sherwood Baptist Church in Albany, Ga. An air of expectancy and members of the media were on hand to hear about the next film from Sherwood Pictures, which had already made Facing the Giants and Fireproof.

At Sunday's service, filmmakers Alex and Steven Kendrick announced that the next film will be called Courageous. Production will begin in March; no release date has been announced.

"The movie is about fatherhood," Alex Kendrick said at the announcement.

Keep reading for further details about the film . . .

"Four fathers who are all in law enforcement—who protect and serve together—go through a terrible tragedy," said Alex Kendrick. "They begin looking at their role as fathers . . . and they begin challenging one another to fulfill God's intention for fathers." Steven Kendrick added, "God's call is for men to rise with courage in their homes and be strong in their leadership."

Alex Kendrick also promised "action beyond what we've ever ...

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