Kirk Cameron Unstoppable

Unstoppable: A Live Event With Kirk Cameron On 9/24

Kirk Cameron Unstoppable

UNSTOPPABLE, a new film project and a live event by actor Kirk Cameron will take place on September 24, at The Vines Centre at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. It will be broadcast live to over 700 theaters across the US. Sources confirmed that due to huge demand, a pre-recorded encore presentation of same project will be broadcasted at some select theatres on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 7 PM. The UNSTOPPABLE project by Kirk is getting attention of the masses and last week sold more tickets on in the past 24 hours than major studio releases including The Family and Insidious: Chapter 2.

Sources confirmed that Kirk got the inspiration to make the film from the death of his 15-year-old friend who was suffering with cancer. After the funeral, Cameron started talking about the human experience about some questions related to God. When contacted, Cameron said:

“It is by far the most personal project I have ever made regarding my faith. I want to share my feelings with audiences and wish to ask, where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering? Why does he let bad things happen to good people? These are questions that have destroyed many people’s faith and baffle so many.”

The film UNSTOPPABLE is based on beliefs and inspirations that would give a reason to continue to trust God through difficulties. Tickets are available on as well as on The film has already created a huge controversy and its trailer was banned on social media sites including Facebook and YouTube after being labelled as unsafe and offensive. Eventually social media sites started showing the film trailers when around half a million of Cameron’s fans rallied to protest.

Cameron discusses the film and how it came to be on Fox News:

Kirk Cameron, better known for his role of Mike Seaver in the 1980’s hit tv show Growing Pains had a huge success with his No. 1 grossing inspirational film Fireproof and a documentary, Monumental in 2008. Kirk lives in California with his wife Chelsea and six children. Both are the founders of the Camp Firefly organization which provides retreats to fatally and seriously ill children and their families.


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