HOLLYWOOD FILM SHOWS 'GAYS' DO GO STRAIGHT
HOLLYWOOD FILM SHOWS 'GAYS' DO GO STRAIGHT
February 22, 2017

HOLLYWOOD FILM SHOWS 'GAYS' DO GO STRAIGHT A-list Actors Depict Michael Glatze's Remarkable Transformation By Art Moore The remarkable story of a prominent gay-rights activist who “found God,” rejected his homosexual lifestyle, married and became a Christian minister is the subject of a newly released, feature-length Hollywood film. Boasting A-list actors James Franco, Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts – with a cameo by Darryl Hannah – “I Am Michael” debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in February 2015 but was released for distribution just three weeks ago. Glatze, in 2007, first told his story through a column published by WND that highlighted the impact WND Vice President David Kupelian’s book, “The Marketing of Ev...
 

 
New Talk Show Starring Harry Connick, Jr. Celebrates Life
New Talk Show Starring Harry Connick, Jr. Celebrates Life
February 20, 2017

New Talk Show Starring Harry Connick, Jr. Celebrates Life By Dr. Diane Howard, Contributing Writer Harry Connick, Jr. has a daytime talk show called “Harry.” It’s a delightful, upbeat, fun daily talk and variety show featuring musical numbers, interviews, comedy segments, and more. Connick says he wants his show to feel like a party during the middle of the day, His band plays, he plays, and the show is unscripted. The program reflects who Harry is as a fine musician and as fun-loving, caring person, His show has a balance of interviews and segments with everyday heroes and heroines, as well as with notable guest stars. Harry Connick is known for being a giving and caring man. Ryan Seacrest of “American Idol” describes Harry...
 

 
THE SHACK Probably Won’t Lead You Astray. . . But It Could Lead Some People
THE SHACK Probably Won’t Lead You Astray. . . But It Could Lead Some People
February 20, 2017

THE SHACK Probably Won’t Lead You Astray. . . But It Could Lead Some People By Ben Kayser, Managing Editor When the Christian Fiction book, THE SHACK, written by William P. Young, was released in 2007, it created a firestorm of controversy, receiving both praise and criticism from different Christian leaders. Ten years later, a Hollywood movie adaption is ready for release, and questions will re-arise among Christians, Is THE SHACK heresy in how it portrays God and the Holy Trinity? We should start off by making one thing clear:  One of the most unhelpful conversations one can have is arguing and debating about whether THE SHACK is heretical. This has been done, many books have already been written and well meaning, Jesus loving,...
 

 
NRB to Bring Film Summit, Speakers, Pitch-a-thon, Screenings to Proclaim 17 in Orlando
NRB to Bring Film Summit, Speakers, Pitch-a-thon, Screenings to Proclaim 17 in Orlando
February 20, 2017

NRB to Bring Film Summit, Speakers, Pitch-a-thon, Screenings to Proclaim 17 in Orlando For the third consecutive year, National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) will have at its annual convention the Film & Entertainment Summit, which will feature industry executives covering topics including directing, acting, screenwriting, marketing, and more. Among the speakers at the March 1 summit will be actor Corbin Bernsen, creative executive DeVon Franklin, media authority Ted Baehr, filmmaker Lionel Chetwynd, film producer Sam Haskell III, film production veteran Michael Scott, and director/showrunner Dave Alan Johnson. Other film and entertainment industry speakers at the broader, four-day NRB International Christian Media Convention, Pro...
 

 
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Movieguide Awards!
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2017 Movieguide Awards!
February 15, 2017

25th Annual Movieguide® Faith & Values Awards Gala and 2017 Report to the Entertainment Industry Winners List Sponsored by the Christian Film & Television Commission® SPECIAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Lifetime Achievement Award for Communicating and Living the Good News to Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network, the 700 Club and Operation Blessing THE EPIPHANY PRIZES FOR INSPIRING MOVIES & TV EPIPHANY PRIZE FOR MOST INSPIRING MOVIE OF 2016 Winner:  THE YOUNG MESSIAH Other nominees:  HACKSAW RIDGE, MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN, GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, RISEN, SILENCE, BEN-HUR (2016), HAIL, CAESAR! EPIPHANY PRIZE FOR MOST INSPIRING TV PROGRAM OF 2016 Winner:  DOLLY PARTON’S CHRI...
 

 
SMURFS, Here We Come!
SMURFS, Here We Come!
February 14, 2017

SMURFS, Here We Come!  Talking to the Cast of the Newest Smurf Movie  By Evy Baehr, Executive Managing Editor SMURFS, the little blue people that audiences have loved since the 70s, returns to the big screen April 7 in SMURFS:  THE LOST VILLAGE. This time, the filmmakers said it was important to produce characters that looked and felt like the original Smurfs, made by Pierre Culliford, who goes by Peyo. Movieguide® had the opportunity to speak with the new cast of the voices of the adorable Smurfs, including Demi Lavato, who plays Smurfette, and Joe Manganiello, who plays Hefty. Asking Demi about her interest in playing in another children’s film, she said, “I love kids, and I love being able to entertain them. My favorite i...
 

 
The Most Family-Friendly Movies Earn More  Money
The Most Family-Friendly Movies Earn More Money
February 09, 2017

The Most Family-Friendly Movies Earn More Money, Annual Movieguide® Report Shows An annual box office analysis by an advocacy group in Hollywood catering to families has found once again that the most family-friendly movies with the most inspiring, cleanest content earn more money at the box office and on home video. The 2017 Annual Report to the Entertainment Industry by the pro-family advocacy group Movieguide® shows that the most family-friendly movies averaged more than $78.77 million per movie in 2016 in America and Canada, but the least family-friendly movies with the most offensive, obscene, or anti-family, immoral content averaged only about $22.58 million. R-rated movies fared almost as poorly, averaging only $18.45 milli...
 

 
Announcing the ‘Strongest’ Movieguide® Awards Host Ever!
Announcing the ‘Strongest’ Movieguide® Awards Host Ever!
February 02, 2017

Announcing the ‘Strongest’ Movieguide® Awards Host Ever! The 25th Annual Movieguide® Awards Honoring Movies with Inspiring Themes Chooses Its Celebrity Host Actor Terry Crews will bring his formidable strength in comedy to host the 25th Annual Movieguide® Awards, the largest faith and value’s awards show in the country. Movieguide® is the go-to source for movie reviews for families, and the Silver Anniversary of the Movieguide® Awards will give viewers an opportunity to see the brightest movies from a faith audience perspective. Terry Crews stars on Fox’s hit TV comedy BROOKLYN NINE-NINE and is also well known for his role in the EXPENDABLES franchise.  He’s also the author of the best-selling book “Manhood”, descri...
 

 
New To Netflix February 2017
New To Netflix February 2017
January 30, 2017

  New To Netflix February 2017 BABE BABE is a winsome pig who has a knack for rounding up sheep. Using clever computer animation, the animals in Babe's world speak English to one another and sort out a most unusual occurrence. Babe, being a naive little pig doesn't realize there is a pecking order in the barn yard, and so he has to patch up dissention among the jealous sheepdogs... Click Here For The Full Review FINDING DORY FINDING DORY, the animated sequel to the classic family movie FINDING NEMO, shows Dory suddenly remembering she has a mommy and a daddy and getting help from her friends, both old and new, to reunite with... Click Here For The Full Review INVINCIBLE  INVINCIBLE tells an incredi...
 

 
The Academy Awards Takes Some Cues from the Movieguide® Awards, But Fail in Others
The Academy Awards Takes Some Cues from the Movieguide® Awards, But Fail in Others
January 27, 2017

#OscarsSoConfused: The Academy Awards Takes Some Cues from the Movieguide® Awards, But Fail in Others By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher This past Tuesday the Academy Award nominations were revealed, and to many people’s surprise, a few uplifting crowd pleasers were included in the lineup. In fact, the Academy seems to have taken a page out of Movieguide®’s 25th Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala, set for Friday, Feb. 10 in Los Angeles. After last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy, the Academy shook up its membership, trying to “diversify” their members. Interestingly, among this year’s the Best Picture nominees, a couple uplifting, faith-friendly movies, HIDDEN FIGURES and HACKSAW RIDGE were nominated, the latter of which ...
 

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