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  1. MattP

    Blue Like Jazz (2012)

    http://www.donaldmillerwords.com/ "To say we�ve given the book a Hollywod treatment is an understatement. The book itself would be, of course, difficult to turn into a movie, and so we took creative liberties. But in my opinion, the movie will be infinitely better than the book. Essentially we�ve taken the major, real life characters from the book, and gave them a story all their own. The end result is provactive and humorous and in my opinion quite moving." I wonder if we're going to start seeing this as a trend, what with this and that Purpose Driven Life movie they're supposed to be making and all.
  2. As per a message I just posted to the Steve Taylor thread in the music forum (a thread which, I might add, is mostly about the movie rumours that have circulated around Taylor for years despite the fact that no actual movies have been made), it seems Michael W. Smith recently gave an interview to Billboard in which he said he would be appearing in the film. The film will reportedly be called The Second Chance, and it will reportedly be about a pastor who is sent against his will to work in the inner city and, of course, comes to love the people there. I really, really hope the film isn't as Hallmarky as it sounds.
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