Top-15 Finish as "Jesus Revolution" Winds Down its Theatrical Release
The hit faith-based film enjoys another solid weekend in theaters before it becomes available for home entertainment this week.
Despite dropping from 1,400-plus theaters a week ago to just over 600 this weekend, Jesus Revolution still managed to claim 15th place at the box office from Friday through Sunday. The period piece from the Christian brother duo of Andrew and Jon Erwin brought in $401,000, according to Box Office Mojo.
The film, which stars Joel Courtney, Kelsey Grammer, and Jonathan Roumie, tells the true story of America's last great spiritual awakening in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Based on a book by the same name from prominent pastor Greg Laurie - who is played in the movie by Courtney - it details his coming to faith as a teenager in the movement that started among counterculture groups in Southern California.
Jesus Revolution has brought in more than $51 million in domestic ticket revenue after 45 days in theaters and will become available for purchase in digital format tomorrow, April 11th, and on DVD and Blu-ray on April 25th. You can find out how to buy it via this link to the film's webite.