In Sunday's episode of National Geographic's "The Story of God," actor Morgan Freeman continues his quest to find out why evil exists in the world.
Helen Mirren strikes a pose on the red carpet while attending the 2016 Chaplin Award Gala held on Monday (April 25) in New York City. The 70-year-old actress was joined at the event by honoree Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro and his wife Grace Hightower, Matthew Broderick, Danny Glover, and Morgan‘s girlfriend Lori McCreary and [...]
The normally reticent Robert DeNiro could not repress himself at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall for the annual Chaplin Award Gala last night. Presenting clips of Morgan Freeman's greatist hits, and there are lots of them, DeNiro groused, "Morgan gets to play Nelson Mandela and God. Show More Summary
On this Sunday's fourth episode of "The Story of God," actor Morgan Freeman explores the Genesis story of Creation and tours the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, where tradition says Jesus was crucified and resurrected.
The PGA is out with more headliners for its 2016 Produced By Conference, which is set for June 4-5 at the Sony lot in Culver City. Among the highlights are a dialogue with Revelations Entertainment President Morgan Freeman and CEO Lori...Show More Summary
In NatGeo's terrific The Story of God, Morgan Freeman seeks answers around the world. Watch the first five minutes of episode three, and catch up online. Read this story »
On this Sunday's third episode of "The Story of God" with Morgan Freeman, the actor takes on the topic, "Who Is God?" and visits Pastor Joel Osteen and Lakewood Church to get some answers.
In the Name of God: The Extremely and Eternally Loving and Caring I have always admired Academy Award-winning actor Morgan Freeman. I have always enjoyed his performances. Now, with the National Geographic series that he hosts, "The Story of God," viewers get to accompany him on an amazing journey exploring faith from a variety of perspectives. Show More Summary
Actor Morgan Freedom accidentally set off a Facebook comment war when he posted a picture of himself in Jerusalem with the tag “Jerusalem, Israel.”
Zooey Deschanel just tells it like it is! The brunette beauty is gracing the cover of Redbook's May issue, and opened up about her new life as a momma in the popular publication's pages! Video: Watch Morgan Freeman Teach Zooey How To Have A Sexy Voice! The New Girl star explained that she just doesn't understand how people [...]
BUT USUALLY HITS LONDON, PARIS, AND NEW YORK INSTEAD: Morgan Freeman: Islam Aims for Peace. (Classical allusion in headline.)
Morgan Freeman disappointed some fans during Sunday’s episode of National Geographic’s “The Story of God” when he downplayed Islamic terrorism, saying Islam aims for peace. News reports of Islamic extremism by “a tiny percentage of Muslims” do not reflect the mindset of the majority of Muslims, Freeman said.
Even surrounded by a cast of characters that included trenchcoat-wearing super sleuth Fargo North, Decoder, and a curiously mute Spider-Man, Morgan Freeman was easily the coolest person on PBS’ The Electric Company, an educational series that ran from 1971 to 1977. Show More Summary
'The Story of God' with Morgan Freeman shattered records for National Geographic Channel with its network debut.
'Zootopia,' meanwhile, climbed past 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' to become Disney's biggest movie ever in the booming Chinese film market. read more
Freeman attained iconic stature with mainland Chinese viewers through their affection for 'The Shawshank Redemption'.
In the upcoming episode of "The Story of God," Morgan Freeman travels to New Orleans to speak to survivors of Hurricane Katrina and learn how their Christian faith enabled them to overcome hardship and rebuild their community.
Science could capture the soul, said Oscar-nominated actor Morgan Freeman on National Geographic’s new docu-series, The Story of God. The show, which premiered Sunday on the National Geographic Channel made it its business in the first episode to equate all belief systems.
Morgan Freeman has played god twice, and offered up a godlike voice in countless narrations, but those gigs aren't what inspired him to serve up an almighty story. Instead, the Academy Award-winning actor visited a mosque where he found an image of Jesus Christ. Show More Summary
The Story of God with Morgan Freeman is a six-part documentary miniseries, which airs on Sunday, April 3, on the National Geographic Channel. The documentary series, hosted by Freeman, takes a deep look at the evolution of religion and humanity’s existential search for God, meaning and purpose. Show More Summary