Is there a movie called The Bible?

What is the Bible movie called?

The Bible is a television miniseries based on the Bible. It was produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett and was broadcast weekly between March 3 and 31, 2013 on History channel. It has since been adapted for release to theaters as a feature film (138 minutes), the 2014 American epic biblical drama Son of God.

Is the Bible a movie?

Critic Reviews for The Bible

The film is a literal, cinematic transcript. Of all the best-sellers brought to the screen, this one most closely follows the Book.

Has the Bible ever been made into a movie?

The American film industry has been producing movies based on Bible stories since 1897: the The Horitz Passion Play (1897) was the first Passion play to be shown in the United States. One of the earliest biblical films was the 1903 production of Samson and Delilah, produced by the French company Pathé.

Where can we watch the Bible?

How to Watch The Bible. You are able to stream The Bible by renting or purchasing on Google Play or Amazon Instant Video.

Who did the movie the Bible?

The Bible: In the Beginning… is a 1966 American-Italian religious epic film produced by Dino De Laurentiis and directed by John Huston. It recounts the first 22 chapters of the Biblical Book of Genesis, covering the stories from The Creation and Adam and Eve to the binding of Isaac.

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Who narrates the Bible?

Product details

Listening Length 17 hours and 15 minutes
Author Topics Media Group
Narrator James Earl Jones
Audible.com Release Date December 04, 2003
Publisher Topics Media Group

Is the Bible movie accurate?

About 99.9% Bible Accurate. Great movie and tells the true story of David. I read the Bible’s story and this one matches perfectly with the movie.

What channel is the Bible series on?

The Bible comes to life in HISTORY’s epic new series. From Genesis to Revelation, these unforgettable stories unfold through live action and cutting-edge computer-generated imagery, offering new insight into famous scenes and iconic characters.