|Kirk Cameron launches ‘Unstoppable’ media tour|
|Written by Jeremy Burns|
|Friday, 06 September 2013 10:40 AM EDT|
Kirk Cameron—actor, producer, author and evangelist—is kicking off his national media tour to market his new movie, Unstoppable. Cameron, who has co-authored several books with Way of the Master co-host Ray Comfort, had starring roles in the trilogy of Left Behind movies and the hit drama Fireproof.
Unstoppable deals with a topical issue for believers and seekers alike: Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering? In the wake of major events like the Boston Marathon bombing and the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting, as well as personal tales of loss, Cameron seeks to answer the question of how God could allow these things to happen—an answer he believes can actually serve to strengthen faith in the midst of tragedy.
Cameron’s media tour launches next week with a live broadcast from Liberty University featuring recording artists Mandisa and Warren Barfield. The tour will include appearances on The Today Show, Fox & Friends, The Better Show, Entertainment Tonight, Huffington Post Live, Fox News, The O’Reilly Factor and The Mike Huckabee Show.
Unstoppable made national headlines in July when it was reported that Facebook had blocked links to the film’s website, prompting Cameron’s numerous supporters to rally and get the links restored.
Said to be Cameron’s most personal project yet, Unstoppable will release to theaters for a one-night event Sept. 24, with a DVD release to follow in November.