'Miracles from Heaven' release date: Faith-based film to hit theaters in March 2016


From the creators of “Heaven is for Real” comes another heart-warming film of faith, love, and blessings. “Miracles from Heaven” is set to hit theaters in Easter of 2016.

The “Miracles from Heaven” trailer, which was released by Sony Pictures Entertainment on Nov 11, has speedily become viral in social networking sites with more than 1.4 million views to date. With the child’s famous line, “He told me I’d be fine,” viewers are both intrigued and amused by the said film.

It can be recalled that “Heaven is for Real,” another movie that shares the same theme, also garnered wide viewership, leading to a total gross of more than $100 million and two prestigious awards, the People’s Choice Awards and Teen Choice Awards.

“Miracles from Heaven” is based on the popular memoir of Christy Beam, a mother of three. 

In her memoir titled “Three Miracles from Heaven,” Beam shares her family’s story of blessings in the face of struggles as her 10-year-old daughter, Annabel, suffers from a rare chronic disease. Their long search for cure takes a toll on their family, but leaves Annabel still as the innocent and faithful child that she was before the diagnosis. An accident, which could have led to Annabel’s immediate death, instead leads to a miracle that surprised not only the Beam family but also their community. 

Jennifer Garner plays the family-centered Christy in the film. It also features Martin Henderson as Kevin Beam, John Carroll Lynch as Pastor Scott, Brighton Sharbino as Abby Beam, Queen Latifah as Angela, and Kylie Rogers as Annabel Beam. 

“Miracles from Heaven” is scheduled for release on March 18, 2016.