The godless, ultra-liberal Hollywood movers and shakers who control the U.S. movie industry are beginning to find religion, says award-winning author and screenwriter Andrew Klavan.
"Hollywood is a business. They're going to go where the money is. But there's something deeper going on," Klavan told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
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"A lot of people who do not believe in God are suddenly questioning themselves and saying, what happened? Where did the belief in truth go?"
Klavan, whose credits include the thrillers "True Crime," "Don't Say a Word," and "A Shock to the System," said one example of the shift is the 3-D science-fiction smash "Gravity," starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.
"It's not just a very fun adventure film with spectacular special effects and excellent acting, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock. The movie is about God . . . It's right there in the movie in the dialogue," he said.
"Just the fact that a movie with George Clooney, a reliable liberal voice, and Sandra Bullock, who is not as reliably liberal, did so fantastic at the box office and is so cutting-edge technically, was telling a very simple story of reclamation and salvation, is a sign of the change that's trickling down."
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