Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. Movie Review: The Mighty Macs (opening nationwide Friday, Oct. 21) Synopsis: The Mighty Macs tells the true story of how Cathy Rush led the women’s basketball team at Immaculata College, an all-female Catholic academy not exactly known for producing winning sports teams,…

Here are today’s dispatches from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. “Way” up. Faith-themed films continue to demonstrate their box office mojo as Sherwood Pictures’ Courageous spends a third week in the Top Ten (8) and The Way boosts its take by a whopping 127% in its second week (moving up 32 to…

Here’ today’s dispatch from the crossroads of faith, media and culture. 1. The Might Macs occupy Wall Street then take Philly by storm. The inspirational comedy-drama (based on the true story of the historic 1971 winning season of the women’s basketball at the Pennsylvania-based Catholic academy Immaculata College) opens in over 1,000 theaters nationwide this…

In limited release, The Way scores well. The new Emilio Estevez film (starring his father Martin Sheen) opened in only 33 theaters this weekend, as of this writing, reportedly pulled in an average of $4,012 in each of them.  Per theater, it ranks as the Number 3 film in the country, trailing only the Hugh…

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John W. Kennedy

John W. Kennedy is the founder and Dir. of Development of The Creative Universe Entertainment™, a media consultation and development company focusing on the creation, development and support of high-quality mainstream entertainment that upholds positive timeless values, including trust in God.

Current projects include "Bryant Park" (an uplifting romantic-comedy) and "Photo Finish" (an award-winning sci-fi TV pilot). He has written over 100 children's novels based on episodes of the Cartoon Network series "Ben 10", "Ben 10: Alien Force", "Ben 10: Ultimate Alien", "Ben 10: Omniverse" and "Generator Rex" among others. He also writes Beliefnet’s "Faith, Media & Culture" blog.

Previously, he has produced successful news and talk programming for CNN, Fox News, Pax TV and SiriusXM.

Specialties: Script Writing, Movie/TV Novelizations & Adaptations, TV Content Creation and Development, Creative Consultation, Producing and Booking News and Talk shows.

He can be reached for writing, producing and consulting services at 516-640-1182.

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