Following an incredible opening weekend at the box office, The Jesus Music, released by Lionsgate, and the latest hit directed by the Erwin brothers, will expand to more than 20 additional locations screens this weekend.
Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, TobyMac, CeCe Winans, Bart Millard from MercyMe, Joel Smallbone from for KING & Country, Newsboys’ Michael Tait and Duncan Phillips, Rebecca St. James, John Schlitt, Russ Taff and more were in attendance.
Lionsgate’s nationwide release is set for October 1st, and tickets go on sale at all ticket outlets at midnight on Wednesday, September 8th.
The Jesus Music: A Visual Story of Redemption as Told by Those Who Lived It, written by Marshall Terrill with foreword by Greg Laurie due Oct. 5
Shania Twain, Britt Robertson (Tomorrowland), Melissa Roxburgh (Manifest), and Nathan Dean Parsons (Roswell, New Mexico) will star opposite KJ Apa (Riverdale) in “I Still Believe,” Lionsgate’s faith-based biopic about Christian music star Jeremy Camp.
In an expansion in the faith-based market, Lionsgate has signed a film and television first-look deal with Andrew and Jon Erwin and producing partner Kevin Downes, the team behind “I Can Only Imagine.”
5X GRAMMY® nominated MercyMe’s “The Imagine Nation Tour” with longtime friends Tenth Avenue North will trek over 20 cities nationwide beginning in Oct. of 2018.
I Can Only Imagine (Lionsgate, Roadside Attractions), the movie based on the life of MercyMe frontman Bart Millard who wrote the mega-hit song after the loss of his father to cancer, shattered pre-weekend trackingexpectations to become No. 3 at the box-office this weekend and the No. 1 faith-based movie of 2018.