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"I Still Believe" Single by Brenda K. Starr from the album Brenda K. Starr Released February 17, 1988 Format 7" mini CD single (Japan only) Genre Pop R&B Length 3: 50 Label MCA Songwriter(s) Antonina Armato Giuseppe Cantarelli Producer(s) Eumir Deodato Brenda K. Starr singles chronology "Breakfast in Bed" (1987) " I Still Believe " (1988) "What You See Is What You Get" (1988) "I Still Believe" is a song written and composed by Antonina Armato and Giuseppe Cantarelli, and originally recorded by pop singer Brenda K. Starr for her eponymous second studio album, Brenda K. Starr (1987). It is a ballad in which the singer is confident she and her former boyfriend will be together again one day. It is Starr's biggest hit in the United States, reaching the top-twenty on the Billboard Hot 100 and being considered her signature song. "I Still Believe" was covered by American singer Mariah Carey, a former backup singer for Starr before she achieved success, for her #1's album in 1998 and released as a single in 1999. It was also recorded by Cantopop singer Sandy Lam in 1989. [ edit] After releasing her first record, I Want Your Love (1985), and not achieving success with it, Brenda K. Starr recorded "I Still Believe" as one of the songs for her self-titled second album, which was released in 1987. The song was written and composed by Antonina Armato and Giuseppe Cantarelli, and produced by Eumir Deodato. It is a pop ballad based on a real life relationship of one of its songwriters, Armato: Armato's former boyfriend had proposed to her, but she felt that the timing was not right. He was not pleased, and pushed her into an ultimatum: to get married or break up. Even though Armato loved her boyfriend at the time, she stuck to her convictions and the couple broke up. To deal with her emotional pain, Armato wrote and composed the song in collaboration with Cantarelli. [1] [2] Reception [ edit] Justin Kantor of Allmusic praised the track for being "passionately dramatic and heartfelt". [3] It was released as the second single from Starr's self-titled album in 1988, and peaked at number 13 on the U. S. Billboard Hot 100, becoming Starr's first—and only—top twenty single on the Hot 100. [4] Its music video comprises scenes of Starr singing the song in a warehouse intercut with scenes of her walking past many romantic couples. [5] Starr also recorded the song in Spanish, as "Yo Creo En Ti, " which she released as a single. In 1998, she recorded a salsa version of the song on her album No Lo Voy a Olvidar, as "I Still Believe/Creo en Ti. " The Spanish version peaked at number twenty on the Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay chart. [6] Charts [ edit] Mariah Carey version [ edit] "I Still Believe" Single by Mariah Carey from the album #1's Released February 8, 1999 Format CD single cassette single 7" single Recorded Late 1998 Genre Pop R&B Length 3: 55 Label Columbia Songwriter(s) Antonina Armato Giuseppe Cantarelli Producer(s) Mariah Carey Stevie J Mike Mason Mariah Carey singles chronology " When You Believe " (1998) " I Still Believe " (1999) " Heartbreaker " (1999) Background and release [ edit] While choosing new material to record for her first compilation, #1's, Mariah Carey decided to cover "I Still Believe" as a tribute to Brenda K Starr, as she had been Starr's backing singer in the late 1980s and Starr had helped jump-start Carey's career by handing a demo tape to CBS Records executive Tommy Mottola, who had then signed Carey to her first recording contract. She explained that the song "reminds me of the fact that not long ago I was a teenage girl with nothing to my name but a demo tape, my voice, and my ability to write songs. Brenda K. Starr treated me like a 'star' and gave me a shot. " [12] During an interview for Entertainment Tonight, she further commented: "I'm really glad that I got a chance to remake the song 'I Still Believe, ' because the album is called '#1's' and this is the first song that I sang as a professional singer. I would go on the road with Brenda. I was a little skinny kid with no money that she took under her wing and she was so nice to me. I auditioned to be her back-up singer and she hired me and she used to bring me clothes and food, and she really took care of me like a big sister. A lot of people wouldn't have done that. The main thing was that she believed in me and it's really hard to get people to listen to your tapes. [... ] She was always real cool and helpful and supportive. I always loved this song. When I sing it now, it reminds me of those times. " [13] "I Still Believe" was released as the compilation's third single on February 8, 1999. Carey's version derives from both pop and R&B music, [14] being produced by Carey with Stevie J and Mike Mason. According to EMI Music Publishing, the song was written in the key of G major and set in a moderately slow tempo of 59 beats per minute, while Carey's vocal range from G3 to F#5. [15] Remixes [ edit] A remix of the song was produced by Carey and Damizza titled "I Still Believe/Pure Imagination, " which was included on the CD Single with the original version and three other remixes, released on February 23, 1999. [16] It differs significantly from the original, as it retains none of the music and only minor lyrical elements. The melody is based heavily on interpolations of the song " Pure Imagination, " which Gene Wilder sang, in character as Willy Wonka, in the 1971 film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, and the song features rapped and sung parts by Krayzie Bone (of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) and Da Brat. An abbreviated version of "I Still Believe/Pure Imagination, " without Da Brat and more from Krayzie Bone, can be found on Bone's album Thug Mentality 1999. According to Jose F. Promis of Allmusic, "[t]he mix is, nonetheless, breezy, laid-back, and typical of mid-'90s urban/hip-hop, and features da Brat saying "lose the ego, " all the while self-aggrandizing herself. " [16] Several other remixes of the song were created, and each was carefully overseen by Carey, who re-recorded her vocals for all of them. Stevie J, who co-produced the original song, enlisted the help of rappers Mocha and Amil to join Carey on a remix he was developing. Although it contains completely new musical elements (with no music derived from the original and only small lyrical elements), Carey, Stevie J and the rappers do not receive songwriting credit. David Morales created several remixes of the song, including the "Classic Club" mix. It retains the song's original music and chord progressions with Carey's original vocals and considerable ad libs. Other remixes by Morales include The King's Mix and the Eve of Souls mix, which do not contain complete vocals of the song, and feature little more than ad libs over club beats. [16] Critical reception [ edit] Carey's version received mostly positive reviews from music critics. Chuck Taylor of Billboard praised the track for featuring "one of the most relaxed, breeziest vocal performances Miss Mariah has ever served up, alongside a simple arrangement that allows her voice to shine through. " [14] Taylor also noted that "[t]he track also ably walks the line between R&B and pop: For listeners who may have lost the faith with Carey's ventures into hip-hop, this will reel them back into the fold. But it's also no step backward. Newer fans will love the less-glossy production and the soulful grip that Carey puts around this song of yearning and ache. " [14] Devon Powers of PopMatters called it "a noteworthy cover even if you can’t recall who did it first. " [17] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic picked the track as one of the best on her compilation The Ballads (2008), calling it a "mammoth hit. " [18] Meanwhile, Jose F. Promis of the same publication compared both versions, writing that Carey's version "pales somewhat in comparison to Starr's more passionate interpretation. " [16] He was positive with the "Morales' Classic Club Mix", describing it as "a standard, but well-made dance remake, [... ] quite smooth, with Carey giving a great vocal performance. " [16] Chart performance [ edit] Unlike the preceding single from #1's, " When You Believe, " "I Still Believe" enjoyed more success within the United States than elsewhere, peaking at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. Though it was Carey's first single to chart on radio airplay points alone, its airplay was relatively low while sales were much stronger, "due to the maxi-single's packaging and marketing, which [... ] contained five completely distinct versions, " noted Allmusic's Promis. [16] On the radio, the song managed to reach the top-ten in three charts: the Adult Contemporary (number eight), the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (number three) and the Rhythmic chart (number eight), only losing the top-twenty on the Mainstream Top 40 (number 21). [19] The song became Carey's seventh single to top on the Hot Dance Club Play. It was certified platinum by the RIAA, and was ranked 36 on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1999 and 23 on her 25 Top Billboard Hit Songs list. [20] It also entered the top ten in Canada (number nine) [19] and Spain (number seven). [21] Elsewhere, the song was a moderate success. It reached the top twenty on the UK Singles Chart (number sixteen), becoming her nineteenth top twenty single, [22] and on the Italian Singles Chart (reaching number twenty). [23] It reached the top-forty in four other countries, Belgium (Wallonia) (number twenty-five), [24] France (number thirty-three), [25] New Zealand (twenty-four) [26] and Switzerland (thirty-one). [27] In Australia, "I Still Believe" was Carey's first song to miss the top fifty since " Forever " had missed it there in 1997. [28] Music videos [ edit] The single's music video, which Brett Ratner directed, was shot in early December 1998 and drew heavy inspiration from Marilyn Monroe 's 1953 visit to U. troops in Korea for a United Service Organizations show. It shows Carey (who emulates Monroe's make-up and hairstyles) visiting Edwards Air Force Base in California and singing for airmen and soldiers, while standing on a fighter jet, as Monroe had done during the Korean War. [29] It premiered on January 12, 1999 on MTV 's Total Request Live, as well as on Entertainment Tonight. [30] Carey on the set of the music video for "I Still Believe, " in December 1998. In an interview during the set of the music video, Carey commented: "Brett Rattner is directing the video and he's a good friend of mine and he's also doing some great work right now. ] We were talking and I wanted it to be a live performance and we just started going back and forth and I was saying how a lot of people in the service had written me letters and talked about various songs. 'Hero' being one of them. I remember when I put my first album out, people would write who were stationed overseas. It was in the winter of 1990, which was around the time of the Gulf War, so a lot of people were writing about listening to the album. I always used to watch old footage of performers going overseas, from Bob Hope to Marilyn Monroe singing for people in the service. I thought this would be a nice thing to do. So, we're doing the video but I'm going to do some more songs if I have it in me. " [13] The video garnered mixed reviews, while Emmanuel Hapsis of KQED Arts picked it as her eighth best video, calling it "amazing, " [31] Chuck Taylor of Billboard gave a "C" rating, writing that "[s]eeing Carey coo and kiss and flip her neck to a series of faux surprised smiles, however, does make you wonder if you're watching a music video or a glamour shoot for Seventeen. " Taylor also claimed that Mariah "never looked better, but [she's] too good a singer for such cheesy posturing. " [32] A video for the remix was commissioned and directed by Carey herself, showing her as a peasant girl in a Mexican village as she tends to her goats and gathers water for her family. Bone is portrayed as a pariah of sorts in the town, in whom Carey may have a romantic interest. Da Brat takes on the role of the community gringo, as she arrives in a car with a lot of money. [33] Other versions [ edit] In 1988, popular Disco singer Amii Stewart covered the song for her album Time For Fantasy. In 1989, Hong Kong singer Sandy Lam covered this song in Cantonese, with the title 依然 ("Still"). She also covered the English version of the song in 1990. Jamaican dancehall artist Beenie Man sampled most of the lyrics under the song "Crazy Notion" from his Art and Life album, released in 2000. Jane Lynch and Darren Criss covered it in Glee, in a mashup with Nicki Minaj 's " Super Bass. " Jennifer Love Hewitt covered this song while she was one of the members of Kids Incorporated in the Season 6 episode "Magic Toy Shoppe". References [ edit] ^ "About Antonina Armato". MTV News. Retrieved August 17, 2015. ^ "Who Sang It Best: "I Still Believe" – Brenda K. Starr v. Mariah Carey". 94. 7 The Wave. July 22, 2015. Retrieved August 17, 2015. ^ Kantor, Justin M.. Brenda L. Starr: Brenda L. Starr > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved October 7, 2011. ^ a b "Brenda K. Starr Chart History (Hot 100)". Billboard. ^ "Brenda K Starr - I Still Believe | YouTube". YouTube. Retrieved August 17, 2015. ^ "No lo Voy a Olvidar - Billboard Singles". ^ "Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada".. July 23, 1988. Retrieved December 9, 2019. ^ "Brenda K. Starr Chart History (Adult Contemporary)". Billboard. ^ "Brenda K. Starr Chart History (Hot Latin Songs)". Billboard. ^ "Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 1999-03-13". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. ^ "US Billboard Hot 100lwork=Billboard". 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Another great one Frank! keep em coming. × MPAA - FilmRatings - Privacy Policy © 2020 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved. Enjoyed seeing Mila and Ashton and Justin and Jessica they're my favorites so far. Updated 1/17/20 – Popular Christian singer Jeremy Camp has topped the Billboard charts and sold more than five million albums worldwide. But his success doesn’t mean his life has always been an easy or happy one. Jeremy endured a family tragedy, and his testimony of that loss has gone on to not only inspire a hit worship song and upcoming major motion picture, but it has also led people to follow Christ! The new Jeremy Camp movie I Still Believe about his journey is scheduled to hit theaters soon.. What Happened to Jeremy Camp’s First Wife Jeremy was on stage when he met his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp. “I was singing and I looked up, and there was Melissa with her hands raised up so high. You could tell she was really worshipping Jesus, ” shared Jeremy. RELATED: Jeremy Camp's ‘I Still Believe' Song Just Got A New Video And It's Powerful They married in 2000, but Jeremy lost his first wife to ovarian cancer after they had been married for less than four months. He was 23 and she was only 21 years old, but Melissa left a legacy that continues to inspire and bring others to Christ. She shared that if her death could save just one soul by bringing them to Christ, that she would know her purpose here on Earth had been fulfilled. While grappling with her death, Jeremy wrote his hit song, ‘I Still Believe. ' “I remember not wanting to ask God, ‘Why? ’ but I finally did... He said, ‘Jeremy, I don’t always want you to know why, because I want you to have a testimony of walking by faith. '” A photo of Melissa Henning-Camp and Jeremy is below on the right from their wedding day. Jeremy Camp Children & Second Wife Jeremy found love again, and in 2003, he married his current wife, recording artist Adrienne Camp. Adrienne and Jeremy have three children together. “The moments I spend with my family are so special because there are often times when the fear of losing someone hits me. You have to take every moment and believe, This is literally a gift from the Lord. ” Jeremy shared. YOU MAY LIKE: Christian Artist Lecrae’s Testimony of How God Healed A Lifetime of Trauma Jeremy Camp Wife, Adrienne Camp Jeremy Camp Family with Second Wife, Adrienne Camp Lyrics from Jeremy Camp I Still Believe “Scattered words and empty thoughts Seem to pour from my heart I’ve never felt so torn before Seems I don’t know where to start But it’s now that I feel Your grace falls like rain From every fingertip, washing away my pain” Jeremy Camp Songs Dead Man Walking The Story’s Not Over Keep Me in the Moment My God He Knows Beautiful One I Still Believe Only You Can My Defender Christ in Me There Will Be A Day YOU MAY LIKE: Jeremy Camp Concert Schedule – When Is He Performing Near You? Movie About Jeremy Camp’s Life The movie will follow Jeremy's upbringing and the impact of his first wife's death on his career and walk with God. The film features the same production team who made the 2018 hit Christian film, ‘I Can Only Imagine’ starring Dennis Quaid that shared the story behind MercyMe’s song with the same name. Jeremy Camp New Movie Trailer h/t: GodTube Jeremy Camp Movie Cast: ‘I Still Believe’ Stars – Shania Twain, Gary Sinese & General Hospital Cast Members Actor KJ Apa, of the TV show Riverdale, will star as Jeremy Camp in the film. Forrest Gump actor Gary Sinise is also set to star, and country legend Shania Twain will star as Jeremy’s mother! General Hospital stars Nathan Parsons and Nicolas Bechtel will play Jeremy’s friend and brother in the film. “I still believe in Your faithfulness I still believe in Your truth I still believe in Your holy word Even when I don’t see, I still believe” Jeremy Camp Movie Release Date When Does Jeremy Camp Film ‘I Still Believe’ Hit Theaters? The ‘I Still Believe’ film is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 20, 2020. Listen to Jeremy share his testimony, explains the story behind the movie, and perform the hit song of the same name that inspired the film. YOU MAY LIKE: Danny Gokey Speaks Out About Depression, Hope and End Times WATCH: Jeremy Camp Shares Story Behind ‘I Still Believe’ Movie h/t: GodTube.

I still believe tim cappello. Am I watching A dog's Purpose? 😍😱. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search I Still Believe may refer to: "I Still Believe" (Brenda K. Starr song), covered by Mariah Carey "I Still Believe" (Frank Turner song) "I Still Believe" (Jeremy Camp song) I Still Believe (film) based on the life of Jeremy Camp "I Still Believe", a song by the American rock band The Call I Still Believe (album), by Lyfe Jennings "I Still Believe", a song from Disney's Cinderella III: A Twist in Time "I Still Believe", a song from the musical Miss Saigon This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title I Still Believe. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Retrieved from " " Categories: Disambiguation pages Hidden categories: Disambiguation pages with short description All article disambiguation pages All disambiguation pages.

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I still believe kj apa version. I still believe in you vince gill. I still believe jeremy camp. I still believe movie. I still believe in love lyrics. I still believe the call. I still believe book. I still believe film. I Still Believe The film's first promotional poster with the original release date. Directed by Erwin Brothers Produced by Bart Millard Kevin Downes Screenplay by Jon Erwin Jon Gunn Madeline Carrol [1] [2] Based on The life of Jeremy Camp and his wife Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp Starring KJ Apa Britt Robertson Melissa Roxburgh Shania Twain Gary Sinise Music by John Debney Cinematography Kristopher Kimlin Edited by Parker Adams Ben Smallbone Production companies Kingdom Story Company Kevin Downes Productions Erwin Brothers Entertainment Distributed by Lionsgate Release date March 7, 2020 ( ArcLight Hollywood) March 11, 2020 ( IMAX theaters) March 13, 2020 (North America) Running time 115 minutes Country United States I Still Believe is an upcoming Christian biographical romantic drama film directed by the Erwin Brothers and starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, Melissa Roxburgh, and Gary Sinise. It is based on the life of American contemporary Christian music singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp and his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly before they married. Camp's song " I Still Believe " is the film's namesake. The film is the first production by Kingdom Story Company, and is the Erwin Brothers' fifth feature film and their second to be released under the Lionsgate banner. It premiered at ArcLight Hollywood on March 7, 2020, and is set to be theatrically released on March 13, 2020, although it will have early showings in IMAX theaters beginning March 11. Plot [ edit] Based on Camp's memoir of the same title, it focuses on Camp's romance with his first wife, Melissa, whom he married in October 2000 despite knowing she was dying. [3] The couple were informed after their honeymoon that Melissa's cancer had spread. She died in February 2001, four-and-a-half months after they married. [4] It dramatizes Camp's college years, his rise as a well-known singer, and eventually meeting his second wife, Adrienne. [4] Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] The film is the first project of a deal struck between the Erwin Brothers and Lionsgate after the success of their film I Can Only Imagine in 2018. [6] It is also the first film produced by Kingdom Story Company, a film studio founded by the Erwin Brothers, Kevin Downes, and Tony Young, [7] and the Erwin Brothers' second music biopic after I Can Only Imagine. Jeremy Camp was actively involved in the production of the film, [8] while singer-songwriter Bart Millard of MercyMe (whose life story was told in the Erwin Brothers' I Can Only Imagine) acted as an executive producer. [9] Casting [ edit] KJ Apa was announced as the star of the film, playing Camp, and Gary Sinise was announced for the role of Camp's father, at Comicon in April 2019. [10] That same month it was announced that Britt Robertson would co-star as Melissa Camp, joined by Shania Twain as Camp's mother, Melissa Roxburgh as Melissa's sister, and Nathan Parsons as Jean-Luc, a mutual friend. [6] Apa, who did his own singing for the film, said he was drawn to the story because "[t]heir love is seriously put to the test in this movie, " adding, "it's about journeying through your biggest fears and disappointments and coming out still believing. I believe that anyone, everyone can relate to this film because it's a story about love, loss, and hope. " [11] Apa later related that his role in I Still Believe is "the coolest thing I've ever done". [12] Jeremy Camp stated that Apa was concerned about detail and would often consult him whenever he was in doubt regarding how to play his character in certain scenes. [5] Co-director Andrew Erwin related that he hoped the cast, particularly Apa and Robertson, would attract non-Christians in addition to a Christian audience. [13] Music [ edit] Composer John Debney was hired to write the score for the film, [14] while members of the cast, including KJ Apa, sang several songs written by Jeremy Camp during the period of his life accounted in the film, including "I Still Believe", " Walk by Faith ", and " This Man ". [15] Writing [ edit] Jon Erwin, Jon Gunn, and Madeline Carrol (who starred in I Can Only Imagine) wrote the screenplay for I Still Believe. The film is Madeline Carrol's screenwriting debut. [1] Jeremy Camp, initially apprehensive about how the film's script would read, was surprised to find that he liked it right off for "[h]ow accurate and beautifully done it was. " [5] Filming [ edit] Filming began in the Mobile, Alabama area in May 2019. [16] [17] Theme [ edit] Regarding the film's main theme, Jeremy Camp, on whose life the film is based, said that it "tells my story and shares what God has done amidst all the hard things I went through. It shows hope in the midst of pain. " [18] The film's stars, KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, and Shania Twain also shared their thoughts on the film's themes, with Twain commenting that "[t]his is [about] a love that goes beyond fear, that goes beyond any doubt[. ]" Apa expressed that it’s [about] journeying through your biggest fear and coming out on the other side and still loving God.... I hope people, after seeing the love between Jeremy and Melissa, think, ‘I hope that I could one day be in love like that[. ] [19] I Still Believe' s co-director, Jon Erwin, expressed in an interview with the Baptist Press that [the] film grapples with [the question of why God allows suffering. ]... I think we forget so many times that there is a beauty, and a purpose, and a meaning in the difficult things we go through. And that sometimes God uses those things more than He uses the good things that happen to shape us, to mold us and to give us our voice.... It's a love story as God intended, between these two people and God, and between these two people and each other[. ] [20] Soundtrack [ edit] I Still Believe: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack album by John Debney, Jeremy Camp, David Leonard, and JJ Heller Released March 6, 2020 Genre Soundtrack Label Capitol John Debney film scores chronology Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) I Still Believe: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2020) Clifford the Big Red Dog (2020) The original motion picture soundtrack was released digitally by Capital Records on March 6, 2020, and included Debney's score, Apa's renditions of Camp's songs " This Man ", " I Still Believe ", " My Desire ", and " Right Here ", as well as new versions of "I Still Believe" and " Walk By Faith " performed by Jeremy Camp, and two tracks featuring dialog from the film. [15] Track listing No. Title Length 1. " I Still Believe " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:42 2. "Jeremy Says Goodbye" (written by Debney) 4:05 3. " This Man " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:09 4. "Take My Hand" (performed by David Leonard) 4:20 5. "Find Me In The River" (performed by KJ Apa and JJ Heller) 3:03 6. "Some Stars Shine Brighter Than Others" (written by Debney) 3:12 7. " My Desire " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:19 8. "Dwelling Places (Dialog)" (dialog by cast of I Still Believe) 0:59 9. " Right Here " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:29 10. "Melissa Loves Jeremy" (written by Debney) 2:07 11. "You Call I'll Answer" (performed by David Leonard) 4:03 12. "Walk By Faith (Dialog)" (dialog by cast of I Still Believe) 2:35 13. "Ancient Stories Still Relevant" (written by Debney) 4:44 14. "Hey, What’s Your Name Again? " (written by Debney) 3:21 15. " Walk By Faith (2020 Version) " (written and performed by Jeremy Camp) 3:41 16. "I Still Believe (2020 Version)" (written and performed by Jeremy Camp) 4:31 17. "I Can’t Save Myself (Bonus Track)" (performed by Adrienne Camp) 3:12 Release [ edit] I Still Believe premiered at ArcLight Hollywood in Hollywood, California on March 7, 2020, [21] and is scheduled to be released in North American theaters on March 13 by Lionsgate, [22] [23] but will have early showings on IMAX theaters on March 11. I Still Believe will be the first feature-length faith-based film to be released on IMAX screens. [2] Rating [ edit] I Still Believe was rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for "thematic material". [24] Marketing [ edit] The film's first trailer was released in August 2019, [25] while the second was released in January 2020. [26] Christian band MercyMe announced in October 2019 that it would be promoting the film through their winter-spring 20/20 tour with Jeremy Camp as a special guest. [9] [27] In February 2020, Camp wrote and released I Still Believe: A Memoir in promotion of the film. [8] Jeremy and Adrienne Camp and Jon Erwin spoke at Liberty University in early March prior to the film's release to promote I Still Believe. [28] Regarding Lionsgate's role behind the film's marketing, co-director Jon Erwin related that [h]aving the full support of Lionsgate is new for us [him, his brother Andrew, and frequent collaborator Kevin Downes]... They’re treating this [film] no different [sic] than they would ‘ Twilight ’ or ‘ The Hunger Games ’ or any of their huge releases. The ad buy is... big, just like any other movie. We’ve never experienced anything like it. [5] Reception [ edit] Pre-release [ edit] The film ranked No. 1 in teen magazine Seventeen ' s list of "7 Best Romantic Films Premiering in 2020". [29] [30] The film was also featured in a list of "The Most Romantic Movies of 2020" by Nicole Pomarico of Cosmopolitan. [31] Box office [ edit] I Still Believe is projected to gross $13–18 million during its opening weekend by Box Office Pro. The estimate was based in part on I Can Only Imagine ' s $17. 1 million debut in March 2018. [32] Similarly, Forbes ' Scott Mendelson predicted that the film would debut to a $15 million opening weekend, while noting that it "could be the season’s least surprising 'surprise hit[. ]'" [33] References [ edit] ^ a b Law, Jeannie (February 8, 2020). "Former struggling actress, filmmaker Madeline Carroll says God is 'faithful ' ". Christian Post. Retrieved February 8, 2020. ^ a b Mendelson, Scott (February 11, 2020). "Box Office: IMAX Positions 'I Still Believe' As Next Big Faith-Based Hit". Forbes. Retrieved February 12, 2020. ^ Jeremy Camp: Melissa's Dying Wish (CBN) ^ a b Gary Sinise, KJ Apa will star in faith-based film 'I Still Believe' about singer Jeremy Camp (Fox News) ^ a b c d Josh Shepherd (March 9, 2020). "Romance Flick 'I Still Believe' Seeks To Set New Standard For Faith-Driven Films".. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ a b ‘I Still Believe’: Shania Twain, Melissa Roxburgh & More Join Lionsgate/Kingdom Studios’ Faith-Based Drama (Deadline) ^ Erwin brothers launching new film studio (Birmingham Business Journal) ^ a b Herb Longs (February 22, 2020). "Jeremy Camp Pens New Book 'I Still Believe: A Memoir ' ".. Retrieved February 24, 2020. ^ a b Clarks, Jessie (October 30, 2019). "MercyMe's Bart Millard Announced As Executive Producer Of 'I Still Believe ' ". The Christian Beat. Retrieved December 24, 2019. ^ K. J. Apa & Gary Sinise Join Lionsgate/Kingdom Studio Faith-Based Film ‘I Still Believe’ – CinemaCon (Deadline) ^ WATCH: Riverdale's KJ Apa Sings and Romances Britt Robertson in Moving I Still Believe Trailer (People) ^ Kelly McCarthy (March 9, 2020). " ' Riverdale' star on returning to set without Luke Perry". Good Morning America. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ Michael Foust (February 19, 2020). "Director: "I Still Believe" Is a 'Huge Opportunity' to Reach the Unchurched". Christian Headlines. Retrieved February 19, 2020. ^ "John Debney to Score the Erwin Brothers' 'I Still Believe ' ". January 13, 2020. Retrieved January 24, 2020. ^ a b " ' I Still Believe' Soundtrack Details". March 5, 2020. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ Film News Roundup: Shania Twain, Britt Robertson Join Faith-Based ‘I Still Believe’ (Variety) ^ New Erwin brothers movie, ‘I Still Believe, ’ seeks extras for filming in Mobile () ^ Morris, Andrea (August 23, 2019). "Shania Twain, Gary Sinise Starring in 'I Still Believe', True Story of Christian Singer Jeremy Camp". Christian Broadcasting Network. Retrieved January 9, 2020. ^ Law, Jeannie (November 30, 2019). " ' I Still Believe' movie aims to inspire viewers to 'love beyond fear' ('Heart of the Story' video)". The Christian Post. Retrieved January 9, 2020. ^ Diana Chandler (February 24, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' touted as evangelistic love story". Baptist Press. Retrieved February 24, 2020. ^ " ' I Still Believe' movie premiere".. Retrieved March 8, 2020. ^ " ' I Still Believe' trailer shows star-studded cast, tells true love story of Jeremy Camp". The Christian Post. ^ "I Still Believe". Lionsgate Publicity. Retrieved January 1, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe (2020) - Financial Information". The Numbers. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ See Riverdale star K. Apa in first trailer for Christian romance I Still Believe (EW) ^ Cranswick, Amie (January 15, 2020). "New trailer for I Still Believe starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Gary Sinise and Shania Twain".. Retrieved January 22, 2020. ^ Michael Foust (February 12, 2020). "I Still Believe to Become 1st Faith-Based Movie on IMAX". Retrieved February 12, 2020. ^ Jacob Couch (March 4, 2020). "Singer Jeremy Camp promotes 'I Still Believe' film with director Jon Erwin". Liberty News. Retrieved March 8, 2020. ^ Law, Jeannie (January 15, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' releases new trailer, voted No. 1 romantic movie of 2020 by Seventeen magazine". Retrieved January 21, 2020. ^ Gomez, Jasmine (December 10, 2019). "7 Most Romantic Movies Premiering in 2020". Seventeen. Retrieved January 23, 2020. ^ Pomarico, Nicole (January 6, 2020). "The Most Romantic Movies of 2020, Right Over Here". Cosmopolitan. Retrieved January 26, 2020. ^ Robbins, Shawn (January 17, 2020). "Long-Range Tracking: "Bloodshot", "I Still Believe", and "My Spy " ". Box Office Pro. Retrieved January 21, 2020. ^ Scott Mendelson (February 20, 2020). "Box Office: 'Bloodshot, ' 'The Hunt' And 'My Spy' All Aim For $10M Opening Weekends". Retrieved February 24, 2020. External links [ edit] Official website I Still Believe on IMDb I Still Believe at the TCM Movie Database I Still Believe at Box Office Mojo.

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