“To thine own self be true.” That should also apply to your online dating profile. In the upcoming rom-com, Christian Mingle, actress Lacey Chabert plays Gwyneth, a smart, successful woman looking for love.
Wondering why her dates aren’t leading to a walk down the aisle, she desperately signs up to the popular dating site, ChristianMingle.com, but leaves out one important fact: she’s not a Christian.
She meets the man of her dreams, Paul (played by Jonathan Patrick Moore), but now she’s lied. And continues to uphold a “faux” Christian image that doesn’t represent her true self. There she learns the lesson of real love and true faith.
Expect laughs, tears, and a sincere, authentic look at online dating for people of faith.
Corbin Bernsen (LA Law, Psych, General Hospital) writes, directs, and also stars in the film.
Watch the trailer here and catch Christian Mingle October 10, in limited theaters. Also visit their Facebook page.
In anticipation of the new movie Annie, releasing in theaters December 19th, check out this video that shows New Yorkers singing Tomorrow. It’s infectious and will make you want to sing. You can record yourself singing tomorrow for a chance to be a part of the fan cut version! Just record your version and share it on social media using #AnnieMovie. Don’t forget to check out Annie this Christmas season and you’ll be sure to enjoy this modern day retelling of the classic story guaranteed to have you dancing in your seat.
Teresa and Joe Giudice were sentenced Thursday, October 2, 2014. The couple was convicted of wire and bankruptcy fraud. Teresa was sentenced to prison for 15 months and Joe was sentenced to 41 months followed by a potential deportation to Italy. He was also ordered to pay $414,000 in restitution.
Teresa pleaded to the judge for house arrest, instead of time behind bars, so she could care for her children. Instead the judge was lenient and staggered their sentences. Teresa will begin serving her sentence January 5, 2015. Once she has completed her sentence, Joe will begin his.
Before sentencing Teresa begged the judge for leniency. Teresa said she didn’t care about handbags, which was in reference to a photograph taken last month. Tabloid magazines featured Teresa on their covers, carrying a new expensive handbag. The magazines ridiculed the Jersey housewife’s bankruptcy situation and suggested that she did not take the charges seriously. The judge didn’t buy it saying, “I need to send a message. In the eyes of the law it doesn’t matter who you are. There are consequences to pay.”
The conspiracy has unraveled throughout this year. On March 4, 2014, Teresa and Joe entered a guilty plea to 41 counts of fraud, following a deal struck with federal prosecutors. The couple was accused of engaging in bank, mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud. The net amount has not been confirmed or denied, but reportedly the couple received over $5 million over a 10-year period.
Cheesy Christian video games could become faint memory if the “Tornado Twins” reach their goals.
In two weeks identical twins Ruben and Efraim Meulenberg raised half the funds they needed to create the first episodes of the “The Game Bible Series” through a Kickstarter campaign. The 52-episodes will be “a game-changer for families and gamers,” said Pastor Rick Warren and his wife Kay.
“The Game Bible is an incredible way to experience the stories of the Bible.”
The series will allow players to play through the entire Bible from Adam to Jesus without blood or gore in a “side-scroller format,” said the creators who raised $26,110 of the $35,000 needed for the first three episodes. Over $300,000 would be needed to cover the episodes of David and his rise to become the King of Israel. They have until Nov. 1 to raise the all the funds to complete all 10 episodes.
Ruben Meulenberg invited experts from high-level games for guidence.
“To ensure a high level of gameplay, several experts who have been involved in the making of ‘Assassins Creed PSP’, ‘Stargate PSP’ and the ‘Lego’ games have weighed in on this project.”
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