Kirk Cameron’s ‘Unstoppable’ Breaks $3.2 Million at Box Office

Kirk Cameron
Kirk Cameron

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Unstoppable: A Live Event With Kirk Cameron has sold 260,000 tickets and reached a theatrical gross of more than $3.2 million after just two weeknights at the box office (Sept. 24 and Oct. 3). For the most recent showing, the film was the No. 3 film in box office receipts, even with only one screening in most theaters.

Audiences will soon have the ability to own what Cameron calls his “most personal project,” as Provident Films will release Unstoppable to DVD on Jan. 28. Churches may place orders now for a license to show the film, with showings beginning Nov. 15.

Inspired by the death of a close friend who succumbed to cancer at age 15, Cameron takes viewers on a visual journey considering one of life’s biggest questions: “Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?”

Going back to the beginning of time, Cameron investigates the origins of good and evil and how they impact our lives and our eternities. Unstoppable aims to prompt audiences to consider the role of pain and suffering and encourage conversation-starters about God, suffering and hope. 

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