‘I Still Believe’ with KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, and Nathan Dean Parsons Coming to Hulu on May 26

KJ Apa and Britt Robertson in I Still Believe. Image courtesy of Lionsgate.


Riverdale and Roswell, New Mexico fans, rejoice! KJ Apa and Nathan Dean Parsons’ movie, I Still Believe, will be coming to Hulu next month. The film had a short-lived run in theaters before the COVID-19 pandemic took over and was quickly released on digital and home video.

The true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp is depicted in I Still Believe, following his journey with his wife, Melissa, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly after they were married. Apa portrays Camp while Britt Robertson is Melissa. Parsons portrays their mutual friend and The Kry lead singer, Jean-Luc Lajoie. Manifest‘s Melissa Roxburgh also stars in the movie as Melissa’s sister Heather. Country legend Shania Twain stars as Terry, Jeremy’s mother.

I Still Believe originally released in theaters on March 13, but once cinemas started to close, Lionsgate released the movie on video on demand and digital platforms on March 27. The film will be available on Blu-ray and DVD starting May 5. Catch the film on Hulu when it releases on May 26.


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