Several petitions by Christian organisations are urging for the cancellation of a controversial movie that blasphemes Jesus Christ. CBN News reported that the independent film called “Habit” would feature twenty-two-year-old Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late king of pop, Michael Jackson. Jackson, who is bisexual in real life, will be playing Jesus, who will be portrayed as a lesbian who indulges in lustful acts with another woman.
E-Online stated that Habit follows a “party girl with a Jesus fetish who gets mixed up in a violent drug deal and finds a possible way out by masquerading as a nun.” Her physical portrayal of Jesus also features a nose ring, tousled waves and a traditional robe.
While the film has no official release date, a petition was made in order to stop the film’s release by Movieguide, a non-profit that seeks to restore Christian values to the entertainment industry.
Movieguide argued that releasing the “Habits” would confuse and mislead children and converts to Christianity from the biblical Jesus. It also noted that the film lacks the support of a distributor, hence the absence of a release date.
“Hollywood is back at it again!” the petition starts. “This time they’re attacking the historical and Biblical portrayal of Jesus Christ. We need your help to stop it!”
“Help us prove that this Movie is unacceptable to believers around the country and the globe,” the petition concluded.