Leans strongly toward a biblical worldview
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With an action-packed storyline that rivals any modern-day, big screen superhero saga, SAMSON tells the biblical story of a man with supernatural strength who defeats his enemies against all odds—and wins freedom for his people from an evil regime. And although tempted to run from this destiny and chart his own course, Samson learns that the call on his life to ultimate greatness is most powerfully and perfectly realized at the very moment he is most broken and weak.
Arriving in theaters on February 16, 2018, SAMSON is produced by Pure Flix Entertainment (GOD’S NOT DEAD, THE CASE FOR CHRIST, DO YOU BELIEVE?) and Boomtown Films (THE PERFECT WAVE), and is directed by Bruce Macdonald and Gabriel Sabloff. It features Taylor James (MAMMA MIA!, JUSTICE LEAGUE) as Samson; Billy Zane (TOMBSTONE, ZOOLANDER) as Philistine King Balek; Lindsay Wagner (“The Six Million Dollar Man,” “The Bionic Woman”) as Samson’s mother, Zealphonis; Rutger Hauer (THE SCORPION KING 4, BEYOND VALKYRIE: DAWN OF THE 4th REICH) as Samson’s father, Manoah; Caitlin Leahy (“Black-ish,” “Queen of the South”) as Delilah; Jackson Rathbone (THE TWILIGHT SAGA) as Balek’s son, Prince Rallah; Frances Sholto-Douglas as Samson’s wife, Taren; and Greg Kreik as Samson’s brother, Caleb.