The producer of Sound of Freedom, the anti-child-trafficking drama starring Jim Caviezel, on Sunday hailed the hit faith-based production as more than a movie, claiming instead it’s a movement.
Eduardo Verástegui joined “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Pete Hegseth to reveal the “people’s movie” has soared toward the top at the box office, claiming the number two spot and raking in $82 million as of Saturday.
“All the experts in Hollywood tell us that this is not a good film for them, that nobody will go see this film,” he said of the years-long struggle to get the thriller onto the big screen.
He then said how good it feels to defy Hollywood’s critics and succeed where they predicted failure as more and more celebrities come out and applaud the achievement.
UFC president Dana White and singer-song-writer Jewel have joined the ranks of celebrities urging…