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David & Goliath movie

Discussion in 'Christian Chat' started by Forgiven, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. Forgiven

    Forgiven Well-Known Member

    The big-budget, epic movie, 'David and Goliath' commences shooting next month in Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. Directed by Tim Chey ('Carry Me Home', 'Final The Rapture'), the film looks at one of the most powerful and beloved Bible stories of all time. The film will focus on the early life of David who fought against the Philistine giant, Goliath against all odds.



    Chey, who just finishing location scouting in Morocco, is jubilant. "We're going to have thousands of extras, A-list special effects, and it will exceed the epic-look of 'Noah'."



    The $50 million dollar film comes at a perfect time. Hollywood is embracing faith-based films as of late and the audiences are growing at a record pace according to reports.



    "Our company was in development of 'David and Goliath' long before 'Noah' (recent box office success)," says Chey. "I heard a clear voice from the Lord to make this film. I want the audience to really feel the fear of what it meant to take on a 9-foot giant warrior with a sling-shot and what David's incredible faith meant to the world."



    Will 'David and Goliath' stay Biblically correct? "Absolutely," says Chey. "Hollywood should embrace true Believers to tell Biblical stories."



    'David and Goliath' is set for an early-2015 nation-wide theater release. "We will have the P&A for a 1,500 theater release," says Chey.


    'David and Goliath' - Epic Movie Shooting in Morocco - Christian Newswire
     
  2. JIMMY

    JIMMY Well-Known Member

    that's cool, I liked Final the Rapture. It's a pretty good movie, I think you can still get the DVD at watchfinal.com.
     
  3. mattfivefour

    mattfivefour Moderator Staff Member

    I will look forward to this film with guarded optimism. If Mr. Chey stays true to his statements, we can look forward to a cinematic presentation telling of the Biblical account.
     

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