Anti-abortion movie financed by MyPillow founder to get nationwide distribution

Anti-abortion movie financed by MyPillow founder to get nationwide distribution
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An anti-abortion feature film partially financed by Michael Lindell, the CEO and founder of MyPillow and an ally of President TrumpDonald TrumpFormer Sen. Heller to run for Nevada governor Overnight Defense & National Security — Milley becomes lightning rod Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley becomes lightning rod on right MORE, will reportedly be nationally distributed by a Christian movie studio.

The movie, "Unplanned," follows a young woman who resigns from her place of work (a Planned Parenthood clinic) and renounces the practice of abortion, according to The Washington Times, which reports that the movie has been picked up for national distribution by Pure Flix studios.


"We had other offers but felt they would be our strongest partner because of the great success we've had together in the past," said co-writer Chuck Konzelman, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

In a trailer for the movie, the woman reportedly is warned not to defy Planned Parenthood, which is described in the movie as "one of the most powerful organizations on the planet."

The movie's script was reportedly written by the writers behind the Christian movies “God’s Not Dead” and “God’s Not Dead 2,” according to the Times, which noted that Lindell, who has attended rallies and White House events on the president's behalf, invested $1 million in the film's production.

Lindell most recently visited the White House in October, where he spoke at a Trump administration opioid abuse summit about his past experiences as a crack cocaine addict, something he says he shared with Trump when the two men first met during Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.