Ordinary Angels Trailer: Hilary Swank Stars in New Religious Drama

The trailer for the new movie ordinary angels presents the latest drama from Hilary Swank. The film, directed by Jon Gunn, is based on the true story of a Kentucky hairdresser named Sharon Stevens (Hilary Swank) who rallied the community to help save a neighbor’s daughter (Alan Ritchson), who was desperately need a liver transplant. The cast also includes Skywalker Hughes, Nancy Travis, Tamala Jones, Emily Mitchell, Drew Powell and AngelIt’s Amy Acker.


Today, Lions Gate created the official trailer for ordinary angels.

As well as revealing the film’s plot details, the trailer features Swank’s performance, which appears to be inspired by two Oscar-winning brassy female leads from the past, namely Julia Roberts’ Erin Brockovich and Leigh Anne Tuohy. by Sandra Bullock in 2009. The blind side. Lionsgate has already released two promotional photos for the film featuring Swank and Ritchson in a snowy scene. Check them out below:

Faith-based films are among the strongest dormant hits of the decade

Alan Ritchson as Ed Schmitt talking to his daughter in Ordinary Angels

Over the past decade, faith-based films have re-emerged as a larger Hollywood subgenre. While most faith-based films are still independent productions, some have attracted big stars, including Greg Kinnear (Heaven is for real), Jennifer Garner (miracles from heaven), and Chrissy Metz (Breakthrough). In the age of the pandemic, these films have become one of the most reliable draws for theaters, though they don’t often top the charts.

This phenomenon was first discovered when I still believe starring KJ Apa grossed nearly $10 million in theaters despite only running a week before theaters closed. This film was also a collaboration between Lionsgate and director Jon Gunn. This team went on to score even greater success with $52 million this year jesus revolution featuring fraseris Kelsey Grammer.

While Lionsgate and Gunn have dominated the 2020s, films from other directors and studios have also performed well in recent years. This includes the years 2017 The shack ($96.9 million), 2018 I can only imagine ($86 million) and 2014 god is not dead ($64.7 million). It remains to be seen how ordinary angels happens, but the stage is set for it to rake in a significant box office relative to its budget.

Source: Liongate

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