The real-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp comes to life in a new trailer for “I Still Believe”.
On Tuesday, the second trailer for the biopic was released, which sees “Riverdale” star KP Apa taking on the role of Camp, alongside co-stars Britt Robertson and Shania Twain.
The romantic biopic chronicles Camp’s personal struggles after losing his wife Melissa to ovarian cancer, sending him on a spiritual journey that led to the creation of four acclaimed albums.
The new trailer highlights Camp’s road to finding love and fame in the midst of his wife’s battle with cancer.
ET Canada’s Cheryl Hickey caught up with Twain, who plays Camp’s mom in the film, who admitted her latest acting gig was more than she ever imagined.
“It’s so much bigger than doing a music video,” says Twain. “It’s less intense because music videos are a real sprint. And moviemaking is definitely more of a marathon.”
“I love the fact that this movie is a true story. It’s a beautiful story.”
“I Still Believe” hits theatres March 13, 2020.