- The Washington Times - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Sean Hannity has been a radio and TV personality, written numerous books and even at one point marketed his brand-name dating website. Now the Fox News fixture is going Hollywood, so to speak, signing on as executive producer for a feature film by Kevin Sorbo of the 1990s “Hercules” TV show fame.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie, to be titled “Let There Be Light,” stars Mr. Sorbo as a famous atheist who has a religious conversion. He also directs the picture, which is in post-production according to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).

The project is a family affair, with the screenplay co-written by Mr. Sorbo’s wife, Sam, who along with the couple’s two sons will also be featured in the film, THR  reported Wednesday.

Mr. Sorbo of late has largely kept busy with faith-related film projects such as the 2014 movie “God’s Not Dead,” although he’s also done work in R-rated B-movies like 2012’s “Sorority Party Massacre” and “FDR: American Badass!” according to IMDb.

Mr. Sorbo will be a guest on Mr. Hannity’s syndicated radio show Wednesday afternoon, where the two will discuss “Let There Be Light,” which is planned for a November 2017 release, and perhaps other projects that may also involve Mr. Hannity, according to THR.

 


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