September 25, 2018

Positivity: Makers of Hit Movies “God’s Not Dead” and “I Can Only Imagine” Make New Pro-Life Movie “Unplanned”

Filed under: Life-Based News,Positivity — Tom @ 5:55 am

From Washington:

SEP 19 2018, 5:50PM

The makers of the hit movie “God’s Not Dead” are coming out with a new film about the life of Abby Johnson.

A former Planned Parenthood director, Johnson became a pro-life advocate as a result of a 40 Days for Life outreach in her community. Now, she runs an organization called And Then There Were None that helps abortion clinic workers leave the industry.

Compelled by her conversion story, film writers/directors Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon of “God’s Not Dead” and “I Can Only Imagine” fame decided to turn Johnson’s book “Unplanned” into a film of the same name, the Daily Wire reports.

“Unplanned,” a drama based on Johnson’s memoir, is scheduled for release in the spring of 2019.

Shawn Carney, president of 40 Days for Life and a friend of Johnson’s, said he has been working with the film directors for years, but they did not announce anything publicly until now. A Hollywood Reporter article leaked news about the film earlier this week.

“Needless to say, Planned Parenthood is not happy about this movie, so please keep this project in prayer as there is much going on behind the scenes,” Carney wrote on 40 Days for Life’s blog. “You don’t need me to tell you that the media portrays many pro-life people as violent or judgmental. This movie will show the love, mercy, and joy that have helped save thousands of babies and helped hundreds of abortion workers leave their jobs.”

The film will follow Johnson as a director of Planned Parenthood and later as a pro-life advocate with a strong desire to help women. Johnson, played by Ashley Bratcher (“War Room” and “90 Minutes in Heaven”), oversaw approximately 22,000 abortions at Planned Parenthood before she witnessed the ultrasound of an unborn baby that changed her life. …

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