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Published on Sep 20, 2015
Home Entertainment Release October 2015 Against All Odds, One Man Will Rise!
Tim Chey, the director behind the upcoming big-budget “David and Goliath” film, told The Christian Post in an exclusive interview that the project is set to be “biblically correct in every way,” and that he hopes audiences will be moved to tears when they see it.
The film, which is to be shot in Morocco and produced by RiverRain Productions, is said to have a $50 million dollar budget and is currently scheduled for an early 2015 nationwide theater release. Chey said that the movie, based on the biblical story of the battle between the giant Philistine warrior Goliath and David, the future king of Israel, has been in the works for close to 11 years.
Chey has directed and produced nine feature films, including the $20 million “Carry Me Home” (Cuba Gooding, Jr.), coming out nationwide in December, “Suing the Devil’ (Malcolm McDowell), and “Genius Club” (Stephen Baldwin).