I Still Believe: With the entire world getting closed because of Coronavirus, The weekend Box office is also dropping. Individuals showed up as theatres stay open, with AMC and different chains decreasing amphitheatre ability to 50 per cent, yet there were a lot of accessible seats Friday night.
The newly released ‘I Still Believe’ which portrays the real story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp, and his journey of love and loss is very unexpectedly getting a good response. Andrew Erwin and Jon Erwin direct the film. Kevin Downes is the producer.
The Numbers (I Still Believe)
If we see the numbers, “I Still Believe” is at first #1, with around $4 million. That is only in front of Vin Diesel vehicle “Ragged looking” (Sony), with about $3.8 million. The second Friday for Pixar’s disillusioning “Forward” (Disney) is around $3.2 million. The postponed Blumhouse spine chiller “The Hunt” (Universal) slacks in fourth with near $2.2 million.
After the sudden success of the film singer, Jeremy Camp took over his Instagram to pay gratitude to everyone who went and watched the film in such grave situations.
“Thanks to everyone who went out yesterday to support the film. I know times are crazy and uncertain right now, but we should never be controlled by fear. Stay healthy and remember God is in control! Love you guys! #istillbelieve.”
In an interview with The Christian Post, he said – “It’s the hardest part of my life, where I experienced some complicated grief and pain.”. “So every time I watch it, I do break down because I’m reminded of that pain.”
The religious film’s numbers were terrific regardless of the way that the end of the week film industry plunged to a 22-year low of $55 million as several venues shut and individuals stayed home because of the ascent of the coronavirus.
The film stars
- KJ Apa (Jeremy Camp)
- Britt Robertson
- Melissa Roxburgh
- Nathan Parsons
- Shania Twain (Camp’s mother)
- Gary Sinise (Camp’s father)
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