‘I Still Believe’ Starring KJ Apa Releases Trailer and Gives First Look at Emotional Love Story

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I Still Believe released it’s first trailer this morning with a look at the powerhouse cast starring in the true life story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp, played by KJ Apa. I Still Believe is named after one of Camp’s songs which was also the title of his first book released in 2012.

The film tells the love story of Camp and his wife, Melissa, played by Britt Robertson, from their first meeting, marriage, and Melissa’s battle with an illness that challenged his faith. The trailer gives us a first look at Apa and Robertson as well as Gary Sinise as Camp’s father. The film also stars Shania Twain and Roswell, New Mexico‘s Nathan Dean Parsons. Check out the trailer below for a look at this inspiring love story:

I Still Believe will hit theaters March 20,2020.

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