Skip to comments.Jim Caviezel: New 'Passion of the Christ' to be 'biggest film in history'
Posted on 01/31/2018 1:31:10 PM PST by Red Badger
Jim Caviezel, who stunned the world with his portrayal of Jesus in the 2004 blockbuster The Passion of the Christ, is now confirming hes on board with director Mel Gibson for a sequel, and predicts it will be the biggest film in history.
There are things that I cannot say that will shock the audience, the 49-year-old actor told USA Today. Its great. Stay tuned.
Both Gibson and Caviezel have not said much about the story focusing on the resurrection of Christ, but the star indicated hes encouraged by the direction the project is taking.
I wont tell you how hes going to go about it, Caviezel said of Gibson. But Ill tell you this much, the film hes going to do is going to be the biggest film in history. Its that good.
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The original Passion of the Christ followed the last 12 hours of Christs life. The movie brought in more than $611 million worldwide on a $30 million budget, and remains the highest-grossing R-rated film ever in North America with $370.8 million.
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This book was better.
This makes no sense to me, I’ve read the bible and there isn’t a sequel.
After the gospels come the acts of the apostles and letters. That’s the subject of the sequel.
This story could get problematic. Is it set in the future?
But I’m guessing here, that the new version will deal with the Pentecost and the Ascension.................
Wow! I didn’t know the movie grossed THAT much! Awesome. Hoping Mel can keep his demons at bay while he works on this next film.
This one needs to leave the devil character out.
Sequel makes perfect sense as the last clip has Christ rising from the dead and walking out of his tomb.
Bigger than even Jesus?
This one better have more explosions.
There is that small matter of the time between the Resurrection and the Ascension. Not to mention Acts. If they just covered that and the period between Pentecost and Saul's conversion on the road to Damascus that could be a great movie.
There’s a lot of fire and speaking in tongues at Pentecost.
1) after the crucifixion, when they discover on Sunday morning that HE HAS RISEN and then his many appearances to his ascension.
2) Christ’s return from the Book of Revelation.
That would be my guess.
Resurrection then the visitation to the deciples, both Marys and doubting Thomas. I guess?
That and the Ascension and finally the Day of Pentecost.............................
Never saw the Passion . 10 years of Catholic parochial school gave me pretty much all the data.
He can do just fine without them.
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