Mainstream movie-making with a message

23 Jul

In MOMS’ NIGHT OUT—a fast-paced, family comedy—four moms and a beleaguered cabbie discover in love, marriage and parenting, it can all go wrong . . . and still turn out right. (From right: Sarah Drew, Abbie Cobb, Patricia Heaton, Andrea Logan White and David Hunt). Photo: Saeed Adyani

In early June, blog editor Patrick Novecosky traveled to Birmingham, Ala., and visited the set of MOMS’ NIGHT OUT, an upcoming film starring Patricia Heaton, Trace Adkins, Sean Astin and Sarah Drew.

Novecosky says, “It was a thrill to hang out with the cast and crew, and fellow journalists… and Patricia Heaton called me out of the group of reporters like I was one of her own kids. But that’s a story for another day.” He wrote about the film for the National Catholic Register. Watch for future blog post as the film nears its release date.

Forthcoming Moms’ Night Out Celebrates Christian Values With Humor


I have a confession to make: I don’t watch television. Reality TV doesn’t move me, crime dramas are a dime a dozen, and today’s sitcoms are just not funny.

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