LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 12: Executive Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett attend a special event for History's 'The Bible' at Harmony Gold Theatre on June 12, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
The night before that broke in the news, Jesus had made his first appearance on the screen and I was so looking forward to Monday and knowing that Jesus would be on the lips of everyone ... We love the president, we have nothing but respect for the president. We felt somehow hijacked.
He's certainly demonstrating how the rest of us can be in the world ... We have a new pope of hope, and what we're going to see are seeds of hope flourishing in people's hearts and in people's lives.More quotes »
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The Bible (Blu-ray)
This the Cliffs' Notes version of God's word. Since bringing the Good Book to the screen would take weeks (if not months) worth of film, producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey were forced to condense the Old and New Testaments into one sweeping tale. Thi from DVD Verdict Read more »
The ‘Virgin Mary’ second richest person on Northern Ireland’s richest list
Roma Downey stars as the Virgin Mary in the History Channel's "The Bible" The second richest person in Northern Ireland is the Virgin Mary. Well not exactly, but Roma Downey who plays the Virgin Mary in the smash hit ‘The Bible’ is worth a whopping $456 from Irish Central Read more »
Six Pack of Pop: Roma Downey, Mark Burnett (NASCAR.com)
Actress Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, her husband and acclaimed television producer, attended their first NASCAR race as grand marshals for the STP Gas Booster 500 in April at Martinsville Speedway. Downey, known for her leading role as Monica in the TV from Yahoo! Sports Read more »
Afternoon Delight: "Gays Beware" PSA, Margaret cho interviews Tegan and Sara
Good afternoon and happy Monday! Did anyone else wake up with a migraine this morning? #SUCKIT Happy birthday to Gabourey Sidibe, Roma Downey and my sister-in-law Erica! The one and only Liza Minnelli added her stunning face to the NOH8 campaign! (As if from AfterEllen.com Read more »
‘A.D.’ follows ‘Bible’
Mark Burnett is quietly trying to find a home for his television follow-up to “The Bible.” The History channel, which averaged a record-setting 13 million viewers for the original mini-series in March, has not yet decided if it will air the sequel, sourc from New York Post Read more »