A huge yet mostly untapped source of revenue is available to Hollywood movie-makers, but will they eschew their entertainment-industry-peer-pressure to ignore and even demean Christians and their belief in the real history of the Bible? What’s a hundred million interested Christians times ten dollars per ticket? That’s a billion dollars gross revenue for a movie which could cost only fifty million dollars to make using computer graphics and not-so-pricey actors.
Who would not like to see a story about Noah’s Flood on the big screen, real history played out, that disastrous onetime flood which covered the whole world, the mountains having risen up through the floodwater at the close of that epic event? Remember that in reality only about 20,000 syngameons of animals (not millions of “species”) need have been on Noah’s Ark, so creative license would certainly be taken to imaginatively establish the appearances of many of the animals, all the types of big cats for instance which we see in the world today having naturally selected from an original big cat pair, so what did they look like?
When the catasrophically global flood had ended, the ocean was much warmer than today because of the fountains of the deep which were the source for the floodwater, that water having slid off the rising continents into the then deepening ocean basins at the close of the flood; warmer oceanwater having been the engine for the Ice Age. Now what a great opportunity for powerful computer graphics, a dream come true for those in that area of movie-making, they would be lined up for the opportunity to participate on the film.
The characters would be fleshed out from the accounts about them in the Bible, the timeline and context established with the material available to all here
, so what is Hollywood waiting for, do they so hate the Bible that they would turn their back on a billion dollars? And what of the few Christian studios, could they not muster the investors for such a project which could make them very rich, money which could then be invested in more movies on biblical history, fascinating to Christians and even the skeptics who would be tempted surely to watch? Stay tuned, demanding such movies!