With the third installment of the God’s Not Dead movie hitting the big screen this Easter season, its momentum appears to be unstoppable, and soon, fans will be able to experience the movement in a whole new way.
At the red carpet premiere of God’s Not Dead Light in the Darkness, executives from Orlando’s The Holy Land Experience announced an expansion to their theme park that will involve the themes and characters from the films, music and cartoon series.
The park’s new district, announced as “God’s Not Dead Freedom Town,” will feature various landmarks from the God’s Not Dead films. Tourists can sit in the classroom where Josh Wheaton first took a stand against Professor Radisson and post their “Persecution Stories” on the chalkboard. They can sit in the courtroom where Melissa Joan Hart’s character fought for her job in the sequel. And they can take in a[…]
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