Movie: ‘Son of God’

Movie: ‘Son of God’

Nov 30




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By THR Staff
The Hollywood Reporter
November 26, 2013

The preview of the big-screen version of History’s “The Bible” miniseries covers the major points in the New Testament story.

The first trailer for Son of God has debuted online.

The film is a big-screen adaptation of the History Channel’s hit 10-hour miniseries The Bible, produced by Mark Burnett and wife Roma Downey. The movie will follow Jesus from his birth through his death and resurrection and is set to feature selections from the miniseries and additional scenes left on the cutting-room floor. Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado is reprising his role as the son of God.

The trailer covers the major points in the New Testament story, including Jesus’ betrayal and crucifixion.

The first look at the movie also provides glimpses of Jesus’ ability to work miracles, like making a man walk and helping a fisherman who believed there was nothing in the water return home with a net full of fish.

Jesus is also shown forgiving a man of his sins and spreading the word of God as he becomes increasingly popular.

The Bible garnered an average of 15 million viewers per episode and earned three Emmy nominations.

20th Century Fox is releasing the film in theaters on Feb. 28.






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  1. Simon Limbrick

    Looking forward to seeing it!

  2. Nicholas Kovalenko

    Be sure to file this film under fictitious mythological stories.

  3. Yes, Nicholas, that’s where most of it belongs. But not all of it. There is a section up on Pulse dedicated to sorting out the myths from the truths, as much as we can anyway, considering we are two thousand years removed from what actually happened:

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