Thursday, April 7, 2016

Actor Kevin Sorbo: 'In Hollywood You Have to be Afraid to Say You're a Christian'


Hollywood has become a cesspool of Liberalism.  And the movies they produce are garbage to boot! 
CNS reports "I don't know why in Hollywood you have to be afraid to say you're a Christian, but there's a lot of bashing of Christians going on over the last decade."

Those are the words of actor and director  Kevin Sorbo, who recently gave an interview to the Gospel Herald. Sorbo, 57, is a Christian and also known for roles of Professor Radisson in "God's Not Dead," Hercules in "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys," Captain Dylan Hunt in "Andromeda," and Kull in "Kull the Conqueror."

Sorbo is currently working on several projects, including "The Carpool Lane," which co-stars Dean Cain, and "Let There Be Light," a faith-based Christmas movie which will come out Christmas 2017. He discussed with Leah Marieann Klett of the Gospel Herald the current nature of faith-based films and what it's like to be a Christian actor in Hollywood.

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There needs to be a hostile takeover of Hollywood by people with values.