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Gail Fulks answered no 2014-10-07 19:07:41 -0400Q: As a Faith Driven Consumer, are you satisfied with a Biblically themed movie – designed to appeal to you – which replaces the Bible’s core message with one created by Hollywood?
Have you heard about the controversy swirling around the upcoming blockbuster movie, Noah, soon to be released in theaters on March 28? The $125 million Noah epic starring Russell Crowe and Anthony Hopkins has hit rough seas with many key faith-based test audiences.Take the survey
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Hollywood execs increasingly understand the economic importance of the $1.75 trillion Faith Driven Consumer market, and are actively producing movies based on biblical themes.
Yet word out this week confirms previous reports that have many Faith Driven Consumers concerned. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Noah has been criticized for depicting Noah as a “crazy, irrational, religious nut…fixated on modern-day problems like overpopulation and environmental degradation.”
Importantly, the movie’s director appears to have replaced the Bible’s central point of God’s judgment on man’s inherent sin with a story focused on a contemporary environmental theme.
In an effort to appeal to Faith Driven Consumers, the studio tested several versions of the movie. This seemingly upset the director as an effort to “appease a small but vocal segment…Those people can be noisy.”
Given this, we’re asking you – as a Faith Driven Consumer – to settle their debate.
Speak up and be heard—tell Hollywood’s executives what you think about this movie. Tell them what entertainment options you would like them to produce for you.
We will share your input, and engage Hollywood executives in a conversation about the type of entertainment content that best resonates with Faith Driven Consumers like you and me.
Thank you for telling us what you think. We look forward to your input!