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Christian Filmmaker Breaks Major Record With History-Making Movie

Jon Erwin, the mind behind “Jesus Revolution,” made movie history in early March, after the film recorded an A+ CinemaScore. Erwin is the first director to ever receive four perfect scores, Christian Headlines reported.

Erwin’s previous endeavors “Woodlawn,” “I Can Only Imagine,” and “American Underdog” have earned him A+ CinemaScores previously, the outlet noted. Only three other directors have earned three A+ CinemaScores, including Rob Reiner and Erwin’s brother, Andrew Erwin.

Not even Steven Spielberg has earned more than two A+ CinemaScores! “Jon Erwin has now achieved four A+ CinemaScores, more than any other filmmaker since we have been compiling data,” President of CinemaScore Harold Mintz said of Erwin. “For a director to achieve that accomplishment once is a rarity. But to hit that mark four times is not only an incredible distinction – it’s unprecedented. Congratulations to Jon and Brent McCorkle and the entire team at Kingdom Story Company.”

CinemaScore has been compiling data since 1978, polling moviegoers on opening weekends to get their overall review of the titles they’ve seen, Christian Headlines continued. (LEARN MORE: Watch And Be Inspired By Asbury Revival’s Inter-Denominational Phenomenon)

Fox News shared a sneak peek at the new film “Jesus Revolution,” which tells the true story of a 1960s and 1970s spiritual movement that brought people from all walks of life together under His word. Starring Kelsey Grammer (“Frasier”) and Jonathan Roumie (“The Chosen”), the film hit theatres in February.

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