Jim Caviezel Is BACK With a Film Hollywood Elites Would Never Make

Jim Caviezel Is BACK With a Film Hollywood Elites Would Never Make

My wife, Debbie, and I are executive producers on this political thriller starring Jim Caviezel.

INFIDEL is a feature film that tells a story that Hollywood won’t tell and doesn’t want you to know.

Watch the trailer and go see INFIDEL when it opens in theaters September 18!

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According to the credits at the end of this Trailer, the Executive Producers are Mr. & Ms. D’Souza and “co-produced” by some guy named “Brubaker.” Which one are you?

I don’t understand the question.

From your post above.

Yes, its a D’Souza production, and “co-produced” by some guy named “Brubaker.”

But your question, “Which one are you”, is what I do not understand.

I am neither one.

Your above post indicated that YOU were saying that YOU and your wife, Debbie, were executive producers.

Oh. LOL. I see.
No, I was just quoting the blurb on the trailer. :slight_smile:

Anyway, good for Caviezel. I like him.

Me too! I thought he said some months ago that he was working with Mel Gibson on the movie about Christ’s resurrection. Never heard anything after that, though. I used to watch his TV show (can’t remember the name) religiously.

March 25, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Actor Jim Caviezel, famous for his portrayal of Jesus in the blockbuster 2004 movie The Passion of the Christ, predicts that the movie’s sequel is “going to be a masterpiece.”

“It’s going to be the biggest film in world history,” promised Caviezel.

“It’s so imperative at this time,” said the actor in an interview with Fox News contributor Raymond Arroyo.

Caviezel noted that the big movie production companies avoid scriptural stories, and instead pour all of their resources into making films based on superheroes who, ironically, are often rooted in Christian ideals that go back to Jesus Christ.

“The films they make are Marvel comic movies,” said Caviezel. “You’ll see Superman, but you won’t see Jesus.”

“But the man who wrote Superman, wrote it from Jesus,” observed Caviezel. “I got to play the greatest superhero there ever was.”

The movie, now in pre-production, is titled The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection, and will again feature Caviezel as Jesus. Actress Maia Morgenstern will return in the role of Mary, his mother.

Caviezel explained that director Mel Gibson is currently working on the fifth draft of the script.

“I won’t tell you how he’s going to go about it,” Caviezel said in 2018 of Gibson’s work on the film project. “But I’ll tell you this much, the film he’s going to do is going to be the biggest film in history. It’s that good.”

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Oh how marvelous! Unfortunately, I will have to wait until I can watch it on the premium channels. Too hard for me to try to negotiate trying to get to a theatre.

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Yah. A movie like that is better at home anyway.

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