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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
Quick Draw Productions
|Cast||Completed||October 11, 2013|
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|Producer, Credited Writer||Completed||May 01, 2012|
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Preparing for an audience that doesn't typically attend films, chains are carefully deciding which trailers they will show before "The Passion of the Christ," when it opens Wednesday.
After gathering the faithful flock for a major U.S. release, Mel Gibson and his Icon Prods. plan to seek out overseas congregations to also share his "Passion."
If an age produces the renditions of classic stories that reflect those times, then "The Passion of the Christ," which is contentious, emotional and proficient, must be the Jesus movie for this era…
The movie that couldn't find a distributor a year ago is now poised to become this year's first surprise hit. Though not a single television ad has aired for "The Passion of the Christ" two weeks…
Mel Gibson and the Anti-Defamation League, which is the most vociferous critic of "The Passion of the Christ," continued to circle each other in an exchange of letters over the weekend.
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The most vocal critic of Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" has finally managed to screen the pic and emerged to say it confirms his fears that it could stir up anti-Semitism.
"It is as it was" may not be the way the pope would like it to be. Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz, one of Pope John Paul II's closest friends, told the Catholic News Service his boss never offered that…
Mel Gibson would have found few believers if he had predicted that his "The Passion of the Christ" -- the gory account of the crucifixion, with dialogue in only Latin and Aramaic -- would open in…
If Mel Gibson thinks he's had the last word on movies in dead languages with his Latin- and Aramaic-lingo "The Passion of Christ," he's wrong.