Riverdale Star KJ Apa Tackles Christian Rock In I Still Believe Trailer Alongside Rumored Girlfriend Britt Robertson
Riverdale star KJ Apa is tackling Christian Rock in the I Still Believe trailer that also features his rumored girlfriend, Britt Robertson.
The trailer dropped today and is making headlines thanks to Apa's portrayed of Christian music star Jeremy Camp. I Still Believe is based on Camp's singing career, and his relationship with his wife Melissa Henning, who died from cancer in 2001. Robertson plays Henning in the film that is a love story for the ages.
"Their love is seriously put to the test in this movie. I hope after seeing the love between Jeremy and Melissa, the audience can sit there and think, 'Wow, I hope that I can one day be in love like that.' I mean that's what I Still Believe is about: it's about journeying through your biggest fears and disappointments and coming out still believing. I believe that anyone, everyone can relate to this film because it's a story about love, loss, and hope," Apa shared with People magazine.
Getting to showcase his musical chops was a dream come true for the actor. There are times his Riverdale character Archie gets to sing, but it is nothing like portraying a real-life Christian rock singer. Apa spent time in a Nashville music studio to ensure he got the sound down before the movie started filming.
The trailer is full of emotion, which means the film is going to make people laugh, cry, think, and leave moviegoers genuinely inspired. Seriously, watching the I Still Believe trailer will bring tears to even the coldest of hearts.
Apa and Robertson are on fire as a young Camp and Henning, who endure love, pain and share the incredible journey of two real-life people with fans.
Riverdale star KJ Apa takes on his most unexpected role to date in I Still Believe . The actor is outstanding as Christian rock singer Jeremy Camp. It is not only his fantastic vocals that will draw fans in but his heartbreaking portrayal of a young man losing the love of his life.
It is a far cry from Archie Andrews cementing the fact Apa is one talented 22-year-old. He is not just a pretty face with killer abs. The young man can sing and act like nobody's business.
I Still Believe hits movie theaters on March 2020. The trailer has dropped, and it is a must-see but be prepared for watering eyes.