Box office abortion runaway success 'Unplanned' will play in independent Canadian theatres

Box office abortion runaway success ‘Unplanned’ will play in independent Canadian theatres

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[Christian News Wire] UNPLANNED — arriving in independent Canadian theaters and other venues nationwide July 12, 2019 — is the dramatic account of a former Planned Parenthood superstar. Abby Johnson (photo) was one of its greatest allies as the youngest director of a clinic in the United States, until she walked out after assisting in an abortion of a 13-week-old fetus.

VIDEO: [40 Days for Life] Unplanned shocks Hollywood and changes hearts. [April 4, 2019]


UNPLANNED, the controversial independent U.S. feature film, was released widely in American theaters on March 29, 2019, and earned a coveted A+ CinemaScore and No. 4 ranking at the box office, grossing more than $18 million to date despite the fact that the MPAA categorized the movie with an R rating and multiple television networks and digital platforms refused to run advertisements for the film.

Written, produced and directed by Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, (GOD’S NOT DEAD, GOD’S NOT DEAD 2, DO YOU BELIEVE) and produced by Daryl Lefever (I CAN ONLY IMAGINE), UNPLANNED puts the story of Abby Johnson, the most prominent defector from the abortion industry, on the big screen at a time when the life issue is hanging in the balance amidst a divided political landscape worldwide.

“This is the most important movie anyone will ever see on the most controversial issue of our time,” said Solomon and Konzelman. “When UNPLANNED comes to Canadian theaters, this movie will make abortion unpopular. This is the movie that no one wants you to see and it took a petition, a boycott and a brave independent distributor who would boldly bring this movie to the people of Canada.”

This article continues at [Global News] Unplanned’ Premieres in Canadian Theaters July 12, 2019

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