Christian moviegoers who were hoping to see I Still Believe starring Gary Sinise and Shania Twain are in for a treat as it was just announced that the faith-based film will be available to stream on-demand this Friday! The movie’s run at the box office was cut short due to coronavirus. Now the makers of I Can Only Imagine are bringing their highly anticipated new film with a whopping audience score of 98% direct to your home.
This is a terrific way to bond with our families from the comforts of our own couches. Especially while we remain cooped up in our homes trying to flatten the curve of this pandemic!
I can’t wait!
You can see this incredible story of hope this Friday in your home!
Don’t miss it! https://t.co/mxaDud46Pa
— Greg Laurie (@greglaurie) March 21, 2020
Faith-Based Christian Movie
I Still Believe follows the journey of Christian singer Jeremy Camp’s first marriage. His wife Melissa passed away less than a year after their wedding. Camp fought through tremendous turmoil but maintained his faith which allowed him to carry on.
It’s a story of inspiration of hope in troubled times and a message much of the world needs as we deal with a pandemic unlike anything experienced in over a century.
I Still Believe will be available on a number of streaming platforms, giving us all access to this well received movie.
#IStillBelieve will be available to watch on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube and more.
— I Still Believe Film (@istillbelieve) March 19, 2020
‘I Still Believe’ Stars Gary Sinise And Shania Twain
Gary Sinise and Shania Twain star in the show, adding a different dimension to the audience. They each have tremendous platforms with fans that often are not religious. Their star power is allowing this message to spread to others who typically wouldn’t go see a Christian film.
The seasoned veterans are joined by two young yet highly popular stars in KJ Apa of “Riverdale” and Britt Robertson of Tomorrowland.
I Still Believe topped the box office charts on its opening day and had a strong first weekend as the coronavirus crisis was entering a different phase, limiting our ability to socialize. Now, we don’t have to risk our health by going to a theater. We can watch it right at home starting March 27th.
The highly rated Christian biopic will stream on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube, and other on-demand platforms. Viewers will have 48 hours to watch the movie once your order it on demand. You can find more information on the official site for I Still Believe.
If you’re not sold, watch the trailer for I Still Believe below and I’ll be you’ll be hooked. Happy viewing!