Kelsey Grammer had a very honest conversation about his faith.
Kelsey Grammer had a very honest conversation about his faith.
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Kelsey Grammer has said he “won’t apologise” for his faith as he discussed religion while promoting his latest film, Jesus Revolution. Based on the book of the same name by Greg Laurie and Ellen Vaughn, the film follows the true story of youth minister Laurie. Grammer, 68, who is best known for playing Frasier Crane in TV sitcom Frasier, portrays pastor Chuck Smith who helps Laurie to spread the Christian movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s across the United States.
according to IMDB’s Box Office Mojo.The “Rocky” spinoff, which The Post said keeps audiences “under its spell right until the end,” marks the ninth installment in the franchise. The action flick, which is the directorial debut of its leading man Michael B.
USA Today, Kelsey said: 'I've had hiccups. I’ve had some tragic times. I have wrestled with those and worked my way through them.
Kelsey Grammer reflected on refusing to "apologize" for his faith. In a recent interview, the 68-year-old actor, who was raised a Christian Scientist and plays a pastor in the new faith-based film "Jesus Revolution," opened up about how his relationship with religion has evolved throughout his life.
Five-time Emmy-winning actor Kelsey Grammer refuses to apologize for his faith.
told USA Today.“Sometimes rejecting faith, sometimes rejecting God even, in a period of being pretty angry about it. Like, ‘Where were you?’ That kind of thing. But I have come to terms with it and have found great peace in my faith and in Jesus.”“It’s not cavalier.
reboot continues to round out its ensemble, featuring new faces and original cast members.The Paramount+ series returns Kelsey Grammer in the title role of Dr. Frasier Crane as he embarks on the next chapter of his life.
greenlight back in October, sees Frasier set off to a different city with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge, and an old dream or two to finally fulfill. Frasier has re-entered the building!“How I Met Your Mother” writer Chris Harris and Joe Cristalli (“Life In Pieces”) are penning the teleplay, as well as executive producing with Kelsey Grammer, Tom Russo and Jordan McMahon.
Joe Otterson TV Reporter The upcoming “Frasier” revival at Paramount+ is bringing back Bebe Neuwirth as Dr. Lilith Sternin in a guest star role. Neuwirth will reunite with her onscreen husband Kelsey Grammer, who is leading the revival once again as Dr. Frasier Crane. The two originated the characters on the hit sitcom “Cheers,” with Neuwirth first appearing on the series in 1986. As previously announced, the revival series will take place in “Boston,” which was the setting for “Cheers.” According to the official description of the episode in which Neuwirth will appear, “When they reunite at Freddy’s birthday party, Lilith, in classic form, is far from pleased about having to share Freddy (Jack Cutmore-Scott) now that Frasier is back living in Boston. What begins as a fun party with friends and family, inevitably becomes a Lilith-and-Frasier showdown for the ages!”
Candace Cameron Bure is praying that others will find a deeper connection with religion after watching the "Jesus Revolution" movie. The "Full House" alum took to her Instagram this week to share the trailer for the religious film, starring "Frasier" actor Kelsey Grammer.
slated to open somewhere in the mid-teens, with the possibility of hitting $20 million in ticket sales this weekend. For a comparison, the Christmas action comedy “Violent Night” made $1.1 million in Thursday preview showings to kick off a $13 million opening weekend. Directed by Elizabeth Banks, Jimmy Warden’s stranger-than-fiction screenplay tells the story of Cokey the Bear, a Black bear who in 1985 consumed a large amount of cocaine a drug runner had dropped into a Georgia forest.
Kelsey Grammer and Kirstie Alley first met on the set of "Cheers" in the '80s, but they remained friends up until her death in December 2022. He remembered her fondly during an appearance on "The Rachael Ray Show" this week. "I loved Kirstie," he said.
It is not often these days that you get a Hollywood studio release born out of the late 60’s and 70’s hippie movement, but in blending a true life faith based story with the uninhibited counter culture of the time you have Jesus Revolution, the latest spiritual exercise from the Erwin Brothers’ Kingdom Story Company virtual factory of inspirational faith-based films that really took hold with their smash hit I Can Only Imagine , and more recently included the Kurt Warner football story, American Underdog.
Kelsey Grammer promises familiar faces from the original series will be popping by — in due time. But one vital cast member from , the series in which Grammer was first introduced as Frasier Cranewon't be: the late Kirstie Alley, who died in December from stage 4 colon cancer.Though Alley never appeared in the original run of , Grammer expressed a desire to have her character, Rebecca, appear in the upcoming Paramount+ revival when he sat down with ET's Rachel Smith while promoting his film, .«I would have loved that,» the 67-year-old actor said. «She's great.»«I was talking with the writers at one point and we're casting one of the characters who could arguably be similar to Rebecca, and I said, 'Boy, we need to find a girl much like Kirstie, who had a gift like Kirstie,» Grammer remembered. «She was so funny and so wonderful on Really great gal.»After Alley's death, Grammer paid tribute to the actress, saying in a statement to ET at the time, «I always believed grief for a public figure is a private matter, but I will say I loved her.»Thereboot, which began filming in Los Angeles earlier this month, follows Frasier (Grammer) in the next chapter of his life as he returns to Boston, Massachusetts, with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge and an old dream or two to finally fulfill. At the moment, Grammer is the sole returning original cast member from the original series though he hints that Frasier's old friends will come around.«The OGs are going to be present,» he assured.
Kelsey Grammer is stepping back into the shoes of Frasier Crane in Paramount+'s upcoming revival. While original cast members haven't been confirmed to appear in the update, Grammer revealed the new series will honor one of them — the late John Mahoney, who portrayed Frasier's dad, Martin Crane.Thereboot, which began filming in Los Angeles earlier this month, follows Frasier (Grammer) in the next chapter of his life as he returns to Boston, Massachusetts, with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge and an old dream or two to finally fulfill.
Kelsey Grammer portrayed pompous psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane for decades, first starring on "Cheers" and then receiving his own spin-off, "Frasier." The complicated character, who provided talk therapy on his radio show, earned Grammer multiple Emmy Awards and Golden Globes until the sitcom was canceled in 2004. His new role as Pastor Chuck Smith in the movie "Jesus Revolution" hit home for a myriad of reasons, but mainly Grammer's own connection to religion.
EXCLUSIVE: The Frasier sequel series for Paramount+ has rounded out its series regular cast by adding Toks Olagundoye (The Neighbors).
The Frasier sequel series continues to build out the new generation of Cranes. Newcomer Anders Keith has been cast as Niles and Daphne’s son David, joining Jack Cutmore-Scott, who was previously tapped to play Frasier and Lilith’s son’s Freddy. Jess Salgueiro (Y: The Last Man) also has been cast as a lead opposite Kelsey Grammer and Cutmore-Scott in the long-in-the-works series for Paramount+.
Lionsgate has entered into a theatrical distribution agreement with Canada’s Cineplex Pictures for its 2023 slate which counts 11 titles.
Virgil Films and Entertainment has promoted longtime exec Tim Maggiani to co-president.
After news of Kirstie Alley’s death was announced by her kids on Monday, December 5, the late actress’ rep is providing more information.
Ted Danson, Kelsey Grammer, and Rhea Perlman are remembering their Cheers co-star Kirstie Alley following her death on Monday from cancer.
Tributes have already begun to be posted on social media for Kirstie Alley, who died at the age of 71. The actress best known for her work in Cheers and Veronica’s Closet was remembered for her personality, her parties and her politics.
ABC has passed on David E. Kelley’s crime drama series Avalon, starring Neve Campbell, after it was handed a straight-to-series order earlier this year.
EXCLUSIVE: Grindstone Entertainment Group, a Lionsgate company, has picked up world distribution rights to the romantic comedy Christmas in Paradise from MSR Media International. Lionsgate will release the film in North America on November 15.
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