He had been in Hollywood jail, but apparently a good project on offer makes that all go away.

Despite everything that is going in Hollywood, there are multiple A list actresses who are all vying for the lead in this sequel. A sequel directed by one of the worst of the worst in Hollywood when it comes to treating women. He had been in Hollywood jail, but apparently a good project on offer makes that all go away. He is a former A+ list mostly movie actor turned actor/director.

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Despite everything that is going in Hollywood, there are multiple A list actresses who are all vying for the lead in this sequel.

A sequel directed by one of the worst of the worst in Hollywood when it comes to treating women.

He had been in Hollywood jail, but apparently a good project on offer makes that all go away.

He is a former A+ list mostly movie actor turned actor/director.

Mel Gibson

Passion of the Christ

Mel Gibson Is Seriously Moving Forward with a Passion of the Christ Sequel

Mel Gibson is bringing his controversial Hollywood comeback full circle by returning to one of his biggest blockbusters: The Passion of the Christ. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gibson’s sequel to the Christian drama, titled The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection, is picking up steam, with actor Jim Caviezel in talks to reprise his role as Jesus Christ. The actor’s team confirmed to T.H.R. that Caviezel is currently in negotiations with Gibson. It is still unclear whether Gibson would once again co-write and direct the project, though that’s likely a given. Randall Wallace, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter who penned Gibson’s Braveheart, previously told T.H.R. in 2016 that he was working on a “huge and sacred subject.” Wink, nudge, etc.

Gibson has been talking about this project for the last couple of years, telling Stephen Colbert in 2016 that the film was still “about three years off, because it’s a big subject.” He didn’t share any more concrete details about its potential story line, only noting that he would focus slightly less on Christ and more on the people around him.- Source