John Corbett Joins God’s Not Dead 3


Hollywood star John Corbett has joined the cast of God’s Not Dead 3.

David A.R. White, the founder of Pure Flix, the studio behind the God’s Not Dead movies and who also plays Reverend Dave in the films, announced on Instagram that John Corbett would be joining the cast.

John Corbett recently appeared in the faith based film All Saints as the lead role of Reverend Michael Spurlock and is known for his roles in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding films.

Speaking to Fox Corbett who grew up in a Catholic school said about his faith “I have a strong belief in God,” adding that he is “gospel and brunch kind of guy… Nothing says I love you Jesus more than gospel music and mashed ‘potaters’.”

God’s Not Dead 3 is already in production with an Easter 2018 release scheduled. No story details have been announced yet, however you can read our interview with the films writer Howie Klausner who said about writing God’s Not Dead 3:

I think as a team we’ve really come up with a relevant, fun, cool story and still keeps it heart, at its heart the God’s Not Dead series is about, hey God is not dead, He is real! We’ve had a couple of movies already where we did a lot of the debate and that is the heart and soul of a movie like this but this one includes a little more action and love in action. I’m really excited about it, I think we’ve got a great project here.

At the end of God’s Not Dead 2 we saw Reverend Dave being arrested for not turning in his sermons, so perhaps we could see what happens next, or something different entirely. The working title of the film is A Light in the Darkness.

Also announced as returning to God’s Not Dead 3 include David A.R. White, Shane Harper and Benjamin A. Onyango.

As and when we receive more information on God’s Not Dead 3, we will let you know.


Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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