KJ Apa’s ‘I Still Believe’ is Available to Stream Right Now
By Greta Bjornson
March 27, 2020
For audiences craving a romance and a good cry this weekend, a new film has dropped early on VOD. After just two weeks in theaters, I Still Believe is available for streaming starting today! The faith-based film is a true story that chronicles the romance of Jeremy Camp (KJ Apa) and Melissa Henning (Britt Robertson).
“We are heartbroken that we can’t share I Still Believe on a big screen the way we intended,” directors Jon and Andrew Ervin shared in a statement. “But the safety of guests comes first, and we’re proud to have the opportunity to share online a movie whose inspiring message of love, hope and faith is perfect for these uncertain times.”
Based off of Camp’s memoir of the same name, I Still Believe tells the story of the musician’s first wife and their decision to get married even though she had been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. The film follows Camp before and after his marriage to Henning, including his time at college and his rise in the Christian music industry. Riverdale fans are sure to recognize Apa as their favorite red-head, Archie Andrews, but country music listeners are in for a small treat, too: the cast features musician Shania Twain playing the role of Camp’s mother.
With its early VOD release, I Still Believe joins popular titles like The Hunt, Birds of Prey and Portrait of a Lady on Fire, all of which were affected by coronavirus movie theaters closures and had to readjust their release schedule to become more accessible to viewers stuck at home during quarantine and practicing self isolation.
You can rent I Still Believe starting today, March 27, for $19.99 on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Vudu, iTunes, Google Play and Redbox.