Actor and director Mel Gibson announced his sequel to his blockbuster film, The Passion of the Christ. Although the film was a blockbuster, it was snubbed by the Academy Awards in favor of Million Dollar Baby, and some Jewish people protested the movie, claiming it was anti-semitic. Show More Summary
Mel Gibson Ginning Up PASSION OF THE CHRIST 2!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Randall Wallace, who scripted Mel Gibson’s “Braveheart,” says he is hard at work on a sequel to “Passion of the Christ” for Mel Gibson. It...Show More Summary
Atheists won’t believe what happens next.
The Passion of the Christ made $612 million worldwide on a $30 million production budget—and there’s still more of Jesus’ story to resurrect. Read more...
Mel Gibson is working on a sequel to the blockbuster “Passion of the Christ” with “Braveheart” screenwriter Randall Wallace, according to an exclusive report by The Hollywood Reporter. The sequel will tell the story of the resurrection of Jesus, Wallace...
Mel Gibson’s newest historical drama, on the death of Jesus Christ, is not anti-Semitic. So complete is his commitment to historical authenticity that he has eschewed subtitles, and will tell his story entirely in its original ancient languages, Aramaic and Latin. Show More Summary
If your first movie makes enough money, then some studio somewhere will give you money to make a sequel. It's a nearly indisputable edict of Hollywood filmmaking. And yet, we have never seen a sequel to the highest grossing R-rated movie of all time, The Passion of the Christ.
The announcement that plans are in place to produce a sequel to Mel Gibson’s 2004 blockbuster Jesus film “The Passion of the Christ,” was met with near universal mockery on Twitter Thursday night with most commenters asking: “Why?” According to Randall Wallace, who...
Last night, THR reported Mel Gibson is attempting to make audiences stop thinking of him as the racist, raging, anti-Semitic, “sugar-tits”-spouting embarrassment he’s become, and return our collective consciousness to a kinder, gentler time, when he was a beloved box office heavy hitter and the director of a phenomenally successful Jesus snuff film. (Plus, there’s […]
Everybody knows that in movies about Jesus the dude just doesn’t stay dead. You might have thought he’d found peace at the end of The Passion of the Christ, but nah, Mel Gibson is bringing him back to life in a sequel to that movie, and it’ll reportedly focus on the resurrection. The Guardian reports that Gibson’s […]
In 2004, Mel Gibson‘s The Passion of the Christ defied all odds and became the third highest grossing film of its year, edged out only by the likes of Shrek and Spider-Man. An independently produced, ultra-violent, R-rated depictionShow More Summary
It looks like the highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time is getting a sequel. Mel Gibson, who directed "The Passion of the Christ," has teamed with screenwriter Randall Wallace — who penned Gibson's other hit directing effort, "Braveheart"...Show More Summary
Mel Gibson and Randall Wallace are getting back on the Jesus train. Read more...
The 2004 hit biblical film on Jesus' crucifixion, "The Passion of the Christ," may have a sequel soon as screenwriter Randall Wallace mentioned he is already working on a follow-up for the blockbuster movie. Mel Gibson, like the first time around, will also be part of this movie.
I know Hollywood loves sequels, and I know Christians believe Jesus is coming back in this lifetime... but I wasn't expecting to see those worlds collide anytime soon.Screenwriter Randall Wallace has confirmed that a sequel to The Passion of the Christ is in the works, presumably with Mel Gibson at the helm once again.
Mel Gibson will try to resurrect his career in a sequel to the holy grail of Biblical stories.
It's been a good decade since Mel Gibson has released a film he's directed. The last one he put out in theaters was 2006's APOCALYPTO, and after that movie came the great scandal that effectively pushed him out of the spotlight for a good while. Show More Summary
For more than a decade, there have been rumors that a sequel would be coming for Mel Gibson’s huge blockbuster The Passion of the Christ. Every now and then, there would be the possibility of it happening, but then talk would disappear. Show More Summary