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Pierce Finds Salvation - and Loses Mamma Mia Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 11 February 2010 12:17

Pierce Brosnan has found Salvation - well, Salvation Boulevard to be exact. Based on a novel by Larry Beinhart (Wag the Dog), Salvation Boulevard is a religious comedy-thriller about American churches. It sees a gang of fundamental Christians chasing one recent convert when the reputation of their oh-so-charismatic preacher comes into question.

Director George Ratliff will start shooting from his script (co-written with Douglas Stone) in April. Satirical religious action? Yes please, Mr Brosnan. Especially if it means you won't be doing Mamma Mia 2 - which, from what you told Empire the other day, is probably true. 




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