Jim Caviezel confirms that he will be Jesus again in the sequel to Gibson’s Passion

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Statements from the actor collected by USA Today

“It will be the best movie in history”, are the statements of Jim Caviezel published by  USA Today  on the second part of the Passion of Christ, the film with which Mel Gibson broke all the religious film schemes in 2004.

Already in 2016, Gibson himself had talked about this project to mark the premiere of Hackshaw Ridge. Asked about the project, the director confirmed that it would deal with the resurrection of Christ, and that the script was being written by Randall Wallace, who had already collaborated with him on  Braveheart .

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“The resurrection. Great topic. Oh, my God, “Gibson said on that occasion. “We are trying to create this in a convincing and enlightening cinematographic way, so that new light shines, if possible, without creating something strange.”

Now, Jim Caviezel has confirmed that he will once again put himself in the Master’s shoes, and announces that this sequel will be a surprise: “There are things that I can not say that will amaze the audience. Is big. Keep waiting. ”

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“I will not tell you how he’s going to do it,” says Caviezel. “But I’ll tell you this, the movie will be the biggest in history. It’s that good. ” An interesting aperitif, considering the uproar raised by his predecessor … For now, Caviezel is still immersed in his upcoming premiere, Pablo, Apostle of Christ,  in which he plays the evangelist Saint Luke.

USA TODAY exclusively previewed the full trailer of Pablo, Apostle of Christ . You can see it in this  LINK .

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