HONK FOR JESUS. SAVE YOUR SOUL.
Director: Adamma Ebo
Starring: Regina Hall, Sterling K. Brown, Conphidance, Nicole Beharie, Austin Crute
The new satire Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul. takes you inside the scandalous walls of a Southern Baptist megachurch. Sterling K. Brown leaves behind his dramatic turn in This is Us and flexes his comedic chops as Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs who is hoping for a comeback. Regina Hall plays his wife Trinitie, the First Lady of their congregation. Scandal has rocked their church and now with the help of a documentary crew, they are hoping for a revival to rehab their tarnished images in time to open for Easter Sunday. The film also stars Conphidance and Nicole Beharie as a rival pastor and first wife trying to grow their congregation in the wake of the Childs’ scandal. In theaters and streaming on Peacock September 2
Here’s my review
And check out my interviews with Regina Hall and Sterling K. Brown
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