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BEN-HUR is a drama in which a galley slave, a Jewish prince accused of attempting to assassinate a Roman official, escapes and becomes a champion chariot racer.

Moderate violence includes people being shot with arrows and stabbed with swords. Bloodshed is minimal and little or nothing is seen in terms of discernible injury detail.

In one scene a young man is seen with a bloody injury to an upper arm; the wound is later cauterised with a hot knife. In another sequence a charioteer sustains a bloody injury during a race when his head collides with a wall. A little blood is also seen on the ground after another man is run over and dragged beneath a chariot.

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BEN-HUR is a drama in which a galley slave, a Jewish prince accused of attempting to assassinate a Roman official, escapes and becomes a champion chariot racer.

Moderate violence includes people being shot with arrows and stabbed with swords. Bloodshed is minimal and little or nothing is seen in terms of discernible injury detail.

In one scene a young man is seen with a bloody injury to an upper arm; the wound is later cauterised with a hot knife. In another sequence a charioteer sustains a bloody injury during a race when his head collides with a wall. A little blood is also seen on the ground after another man is run over and dragged beneath a chariot.

With an estimated production cost that’s in the vicinity of $100M, MGM and Paramount certainly didn’t build Ben-Hur to fail this weekend.

Related The Perils Of Remakes Like 'Ben-Hur' As Moviegoers Continue To Worship 'Suicide Squad' - Sunday B.O. Postmortem

But if there’s one Come-to-Jesus from this remake’s estimated disastrous $11M opening: It’s still a challenge for Hollywood to cross over a faith-based film to the masses 12 years after the $370M ($612M global) success of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ. 

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Sign up today for our newsletter: Christianity Today Weekly Newsletter. CTWeekly delivers the best content from ChristianityToday.com to your inbox each week.

BEN-HUR is a drama in which a galley slave, a Jewish prince accused of attempting to assassinate a Roman official, escapes and becomes a champion chariot racer.

Moderate violence includes people being shot with arrows and stabbed with swords. Bloodshed is minimal and little or nothing is seen in terms of discernible injury detail.

In one scene a young man is seen with a bloody injury to an upper arm; the wound is later cauterised with a hot knife. In another sequence a charioteer sustains a bloody injury during a race when his head collides with a wall. A little blood is also seen on the ground after another man is run over and dragged beneath a chariot.

With an estimated production cost that’s in the vicinity of $100M, MGM and Paramount certainly didn’t build Ben-Hur to fail this weekend.

Related The Perils Of Remakes Like 'Ben-Hur' As Moviegoers Continue To Worship 'Suicide Squad' - Sunday B.O. Postmortem

But if there’s one Come-to-Jesus from this remake’s estimated disastrous $11M opening: It’s still a challenge for Hollywood to cross over a faith-based film to the masses 12 years after the $370M ($612M global) success of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ. 

Sign up today for our newsletter: Christianity Today Weekly Newsletter. CTWeekly delivers the best content from ChristianityToday.com to your inbox each week.




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