A variety of people need Paris Jackson to beat it.
Greater than 260,000 individuals have signed a petition to dam the upcoming film “Behavior,” starring Michael Jackson’s daughter as Jesus, which detractors are labeling “Christianophobic rubbish.”
Within the “blasphemous” flick, the 22-year-old mannequin and actress performs a woman with a Jesus fetish who will get combined up in a drug deal gone unhealthy — and escapes by dressing up as a nun. Her co-stars embody Disney-darling-turned-porn-director Bella Thorne, additionally 22, in addition to musicians Josie Ho, Gavin Rossdale, Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart, plus mannequin Andreja Pejic.
The petition, which targets Lionsgate and Warner Bros., denounces “Behavior” as “Christianophobic rubbish that’s unfold these days, however is in some way accepted and praised by society,” reviews the Guardian.
The critics observe within the footsteps of One Million Mothers, which claims that the “sacrilegious” movie “ridicules individuals of religion” and began its personal petition that has garnered greater than 70,000 signatures.
A launch date for “Behavior” has not been introduced.
This isn’t the primary time a controversial Jesus flick has been crucified by Christian teams. In January, a Brazilian choose ordered Netflix to take away “The First Temptation of Christ” — which portrays Jesus as homosexual — from the streaming lineup in that nation. The ban has since been overturned by the nation’s supreme court docket, reviews the BBC.