The faith-based film moves to the next phase of its journey after a successful eight-week run in theaters.
Despite facing the challenge of coronavirus-related seating restrictions, The Girl Who Believes in Miracles brought in a respectable $3.1 million at the box office, according to The Numbers website. The movie, which stars Christian actor Kevin Sorbo, Oscar-winner Mira Sorvino, Peter Coyote and 15-year-old Austyn Johnson in the lead role, debuted in 640 theaters on April 2nd and topped out at just over 1,000 in the middle of the month.
Producer Larry Jaffe - who is 98-years old and has a fantastic personal story - says in a note to the news media that the results are "extraordinary for an independent film when theater capacities were reduced due to social distancing." We would have to agree, and give a tip of the hat to him, Christian screenwriter George Michael Mercier and the rest the team behind the film.
They will now bring the film to paid streaming platforms like Amazon, DirecTV, Vudu, and Dish, among others. You can rent it on-demand starting tomorrow, June 1st, and watch in the comfort of your own home...with no social distancing or masks.