The Internet Has Already Named The Passion of the Christ Sequel

By  · Published on June 10th, 2016

Don’t worry Mel, we’ve got this.

Yesterday it was reported that Randall Wallace, the writer who worked with Mel Gibson on 2004’s The Passion of the Christ, is currently at work on a script for the sequel. The writer, who recently wrote and directed the 2014 faith-based film Heaven Is For Real, told The Hollywood Reporter that he and Gibson are working on a sequel and that the project has become too difficult to keep under wraps.

Despite the fact that Sony just put out Risen, a film that tells the story of the resurrection, Wallace says that there’s an underserved community of moviegoers that is clamoring for more undead Jesus of Nazareth. “The evangelical community considers The Passion the biggest movie ever out of Hollywood,” he explained. “And they kept telling us that they think a sequel will be even bigger.”

While the project is yet to find funding ‐ as Wallace explains, “It’s too early to talk money. This is such a huge and sacred subject.” ‐ the Internet has already taken up the mantle of naming the new film. Here are a few titles with real potential:

We took a quick poll around the office and came up with a few of our own:

Coming up with the perfect name for your movie can be difficult. To Randall and William Wallace, we say, “You’re welcome.”

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