The film, which is currently shooting in Malta, will see Faulkner taking on the role of Paul, and explores his last days awaiting execution by Emperor Nero in Rome, where he works to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ and embolden his followers to stand strong in the face of Roman persecution.
“Next to Jesus, no one played a more central role in the growth of early church than the Apostle Paul,” said Affirm Films executive vice president Rich Peluso. “He wrote a vast swath of the New Testament and traveled more than 10,000 miles by foot to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”
“Paul changed from murdering
Sony Pictures is producing “Paul, Apostle of Christ” through its faith-based Affirm Films label. The movie is directed by Andrew Hyatt (“Full of Grace”) from his own screenplay. Producers are David Zelon (“Soul Surfer”) and T.J. Berden (“Full of Grace”).
The story covers Paul, portrayed by Faulkner, going from the most infamous persecutor of Christians to Jesus Christ’s most influential apostle. The movie will follow his last days awaiting execution by Emperor Nero in Rome under the watchful eye of Mauritius, Mamertine Prison’s ambitious prefect, who seeks to understand how this broken old man can pose such a threat.
Martinez is portraying the prefect. As his days grow shorter, Paul works from prison to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and
Celebrated horror filmmaker Jaume Balagueró has summoned the first images for his latest English-language effort, Muse, which bows on December 1st, 2017 in the director’s native home of Spain.
Coming to us by way of Bloody Disgusting, the moody stills are designed to be more of a showcase of the film’s international cast than anything else, which includes the great Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future), Joanne Whalley, Elliot Cowan, Franka Potente, Ana Ularu, Manuela Vellés and Leonor Watling.
As the creative mind behind Sleep Tight and [Rec] – arguably one of the finest found footage films ever made – there’s a particular air of excitement swirling around Jaume Balagueró’s latest creative venture, which itself is based on José Carlos Somoza’s Spanish novel, The Lady Number Thirteen. Balagueró adapted the supernatural thriller to the big screen alongside his frequent collaborator Fernando Navarro, and below you
Charlotte Vega, Christopher Lloyd, Leonor Watling, and Joanne Whalley complete key cast on “Muse,” a flagship title on Filmax Intl.’s 2016 Afm slate. Barcelona’s Filmax Entertainment, Balaguero’s career-long producer, produces, along with Ireland’s Fantastic Films, France’s The Jokers Films and Belgium’s Frakas Prods.
“Muse” marks Balaguero’s return to English-language genre filmmaking 14 years after his thriller “Darkness,” a Miramax/Dimension release, broke out to $22.2 million at the U.S. box office. It also represents the first post-“[Rec]” movie from Balaguero, who, beyond 2011’s hiatus “Sleep Tight,” spent a decade on the four-movie saga of “[Rec],” which has grossed theatrically near $60 million worldwide.
“Muse” turns on Salomon, off work since his girlfriend’s tragic death and suffering a recurring nightmare of a woman’s brutal murder. When the very same
Jacob Collins-Levy has been cast as Henry VII. Joanne Whalley joins as the widowed Duchess of Burgundy, Elizabeth of York's aunt, and sister to dead kings Richard III and Edward IV of England. Essie Davis plays Princess Elizabeth's mother Dowager Queen Elizabeth "The White Queen." Suki Waterhouse has been cast as Cecily of York, younger sister to Princess Elizabeth. Vincent Regan joins as Jasper Tudor.
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