Jamie Foxx and Mickey Rourke are set to star in the eagerly anticipated comedy film “Not Another Church Movie,” with Foxx playing God and Rourke playing the Devil. Their intense performances and comedic timing are sure to electrify the screen.
The film was completed just before the industry interruptions caused by the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. As the year’s final quarter approaches, there is growing anticipation for the theater showcase of this project.
“Not Another Church Movie” follows the journey of Taylor Pharry, played by Kevin Daniels, who is entrusted with a divine task to narrate his family’s tales and uplift his community. Unbeknownst to Taylor, the Devil is brewing his own scheme. The film features an ensemble cast of industry stalwarts and promises a blend of laughter and soulful storytelling.
From the dusty streets of a Western film to the chaotic realm of divine deities, Jamie Foxx knows no bounds when it comes to role diversity. The Oscar-winning actor is set to bring his magic to yet another anticipated comedy, Not Another Church Movie, where he’s set to play none other than God himself as per Deadline.
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Lining up alongside Foxx is the equally iconic Mickey Rourke, known for his raw portrayal in The Wrestler. In a divine twist, Rourke will play the counterpoint, the Devil, to Foxx’s almighty character. This duo is bound to electrify the screen with their intense performances and impeccable comedic timing.
Interestingly, the film’s shooting wrapped up right before the significant industry interruptions due to the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. As the year’s final quarter approaches, there’s growing anticipation for the project’s theater showcase.
In Not Another Church Movie, the audience will be taken on an exhilarating journey alongside Taylor Pharry, portrayed by Kevin Daniels of Sirens fame. Taylor is a young man entrusted with a divinely important task from God: to narrate his family’s tales and uplift his community. But Taylor’s got his apprehensions – namely, his own family and community. Little does he know, the Devil is brewing a scheme all of his own.
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The film boasts an ensemble cast, including industry stalwarts like Vivica A. Fox, Tisha Campbell, Jasmine Guy, Kyla Pratt, and Lamorne Morris. This Monty the Dog Production promises a potent blend of laughter and soulful storytelling.
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With James Michael Cummings and former Warner Bros stalwart Jim Cardwell helming the production, the movie is in experienced hands. Notably, Valerie McCaffrey steps in as the executive producer. In a press release, Cummings expressed his enthusiasm about the project, especially with Foxx onboard. He mentioned,
We are thrilled to have Mr. Foxx be a part of this hilarious comedy and bring his incredible talent to the role of God, working with Foxx and Johnny Mack was a true blessing. This film is a unique blend of new and established talent, and we can’t wait to hear the laughs and for audiences to see the magic that happens on the big screen. This movie will not disappoint.
McCaffrey echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the infectious enthusiasm and fun each actor brought on set, particularly Foxx in his divine role.
Foxx’s recent appearances have been nothing short of spectacular. From battling supernatural creatures in the vampire hunter comedy Day Shift to joining forces with John Boyega in Netflix’s sci-fi comedy They Cloned Tyrone, the actor has been on a cinematic roll. Let’s not forget his voice role in the laugh-out-loud comedy Strays alongside Will Ferrell and Isla Fisher, and his upcoming legal drama on Amazon, ‘The Burial’, featuring Tommy Lee Jones.
With Not Another Church Movie, fans can expect Jamie Foxx to once again weave his artistic magic. In a world where storytelling is paramount, this tale of divine interventions, familial ties, and the eternal tussle between good and evil promises to be an unforgettable cinematic experience.