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Big Love's Cassi Thomson Replaces Ashley Tisdale In The Left Behind Remake
Left Behind, which is based on the first of many novels in the mega-popular series from authors Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins, centers on a group of people left on Earth after millions of others simultaneously vanish. Itís interesting that the Variety article makes zero mention of this story's religious nature, which is odd considering itís about the Rapture.
Ashley Tisdale To Be Left Behind With Nicolas Cage In Rapture Drama
Cage will play Ray Steele, a neglectful dad and pilot who finds God too late and so forms the Tribulation Force to cope with the coming carnage. Tisdale will play his daughter Chloe, who has also been left behind and is a founding member of the Force.
Stunt Legend Vic Armstrong In Talks To Direct Nicolas Cage In Left Behind
The pieces are quickly falling into place for the upcoming "mainstream" adaptation of Christian rapture book series Left Behind. Earlier today we learned that Nicolas Cage has been selected to star as the lead in the movie (because sure, why not) and now the project has found its director. New reports have surfaced saying that Vic Armstrong, who has been working in the stunt department on Hollywood films since the 1960s, is now in talks to helm the adaptation.
Nicolas Cage Will Lead Reboot Of The Christian Left Behind Series
Nicolas Cage, the Oscar winner and famous crazy person, has spent a solid 10 years of his career being completely unpredictable, taking on only the movies that seemed the most unlikely, the wildest, the most doomed for obscurity if it weren't for his name attached. But I truly, truly don't think he's ever surprised us as deeply as he has today
Left Behind Books Getting A Bigger Budget Reboot
In 2001 the Left Behind franchise made its way to the movies, with Kirk Cameron starring in three films that were primarily viewed on VHS and DVD (the first got a theatrical release that netted almost no money). The movies were made on the cheap and were seen almost exclusively by Christian audiences, but of course, that really didn't matter