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Actress-singer Queen Latifah and entertainment company Fox to develop a Bible-themed TV drama

Famous singer-actress Queen Latifah along with entertainment company Fox will start the development of a Bible themed drama series called "The Scroll"

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Los Angeles, Feb 12, 2017: Actress-singer Queen Latifah and entertainment company Fox are reportedly developing a religious drama for the network.

Latifah, who currently features in “Star”, will team up with Holly Carter, CEO of faith-inspired content company Releve Entertainment, and Shakim Compere’s Flavor Unit Television for a Bible-themed drama titled “The Scroll”, reports aceshowbiz.com.

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Writer Michael Elliot will write the project’s script based on an original idea by Carter.

“The Scroll” will re-imagine some of the Bible’s most popular stories in present day. Those stories will be depicted by a group of friends and colleagues who are the modern-day versions of some of the Bible’s most remarkable characters. (IANS)

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    That sounds great? I’ll definitely be tuning in to watch it.

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