'Wayward: The Prodigal Son' Movie Based on Jesus' Parable Will Arrive in Film Theaters Soon [TRAILER]

William RameauSep 11, 2014 02:08 PM EDT
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'Wayward: The Prodigal Son,' is a new film based on Jesus' memorable moral tale about a son who abandoned his family in order to live a lifestyle of fame and sin before finding redemption in an unlikely source. The inspirational movie will debut in theaters sometime in the near future.

"[The upcoming film] tells the story of Tyler McMillan [Landon Henneman], a pampered rich kid who gets it all and almost loses everything, including his own life," according to a statement.

Cedar Fort Entertainment's Acquisition Manager Spencer Harden revealed the message behind of the future film. It's about a father's eternal love for his child, no matter how morally corrupt the child was prior to repentance.

"We all know someone who has gone astray," said Harden in a statement, according to a Christian Today report, "Every parent hopes it won't happen to their child, but they grow up with minds of their own."

Film director (in addition to writer and producer) Rob Diamond explained why he created his upcoming film, where he also plays as Tyler's dad Robert McMillan.

"I made 'Wayward: The Prodigal Son' because the Biblical story has always touched a deep place in my soul," said Diamond, according to a Christian Today report, "I have been on the receiving end of forgiveness many times for the mistakes I've made in my life. It's the perfect story of love, redemption and forgiveness."

Diamond also mentioned what inspired him to make the future faith-based film based on the New Testament metaphor.

"[I made this film for] my Maker first and foremost," said Diamond, "I also made it for anyone who loves stories of redemption and for those seeking some hope and forgiveness in their lives or the lives of the people they cherish most who might be hurting inside."

 'Wayward: The Prodigal Son' film will arrive in U.S movie theaters on November 7.

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