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Passion of the Christ 2: Jesus star on Resurrection sequel ‘BIGGEST film in world history’

By GEORGE SIMPSON

 

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The Passion of the Christ 2 takes place after Jesus rose from the dead (Image: IP)

 

Back in 2004, Mel Gibson’s violent biblical epic stormed the box office taking over $622 million worldwide.

 

And as teased for several years now, a Passion of the Christ 2 is on the way.

 

The sequel is set after the crucifixion when The Bible says Jesus rose from the grave, having died for the sins of the world.

 

Now the original film’s Jesus Christ star Jim Caviezel, a devout Christian himself, has shared an update on the Passion of the Christ 2.

 

Full Story: https://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/films/1336529/Passion-of-the-Christ-2-Resurrection-sequel-Jesus-actor-Jim-Caviezel-Mel-Gibson

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"having died for the sins of the world"

 

I was baptised and confirmed and I still don't know how that works.

 

The "respectable" face of fantasy films.

 

 

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1 hour ago, graemeaylward said:

If it is as good and realistic and true to the Bible, as the Passion of The Christ is, I for one, am really looking forward to it. Watch the first film every Holy Week (the week before Easter). 

That first film was just cruel beyond words.  I'm not deeply religious, but it was hard to watch.  Maybe that was the attraction, why it made so much money.  Don't see how a sequel can bring back that amount of relentless brutality and torture. 

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Can't wait for Jesus v Ghandi!  Machine gun toting Jesus is back, and he's not happy.  Can Ghandi's peaceful protests placate his vigilante killing spree before it's too late?

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42 minutes ago, Berkshire said:

That first film was just cruel beyond words.  I'm not deeply religious, but it was hard to watch.  Maybe that was the attraction, why it made so much money.  Don't see how a sequel can bring back that amount of relentless brutality and torture. 

See the torture scene toward end of Braveheart, didn't need to go into such graphic depiction to get the point across.  Says something about brother Mel IMO.

 

Someone should tell Mel about Tiradentes, a Brazilian pro-independence guy.  They tied each limb to a horse and tore him apart, then displayed pieces of his body throughout the country.  Sounds like another fantasy he'd like to stage.

 

 

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I want to see a sequel where Jesus comes back in modern times, and when he learns of Christianity he paraphrases Groucho Marx:  "I would never join a religion based on ME!"

 

 

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3 hours ago, bendejo said:

Someone should tell Mel about Tiradentes, a Brazilian pro-independence guy.  They tied each limb to a horse and tore him apart, then displayed pieces of his body throughout the country.  Sounds like another fantasy he'd like to stage.

That's called quartering, it was popular back in the days.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quartering

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6 hours ago, bendejo said:

See the torture scene toward end of Braveheart, didn't need to go into such graphic depiction to get the point across.  Says something about brother Mel IMO.

 

Someone should tell Mel about Tiradentes, a Brazilian pro-independence guy.  They tied each limb to a horse and tore him apart, then displayed pieces of his body throughout the country.  Sounds like another fantasy he'd like to stage.

 

 

Can’t come close to the brutality of how Nazis and Communists and ISIS and Al-Qaeda and other Islamic extremists slaughter people.  Horrifying and nightmarish. 

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