Young Billy Graham Preach Again; Will Graham Plays Grandfather in 'Unbroken' Sequel Preview

Will Graham plays his evangelist grandfather, Billy Graham, in the next installment of Louie Zamperini's life, "Unbroken: Path to Redemption," and now the legendary preacher's words can be heard again in a new preview of the film.
"Unbroken: Path to Redemption" hits theaters Sept. 14 and tells the second half of Olympic gold medalist Louis Zamperini's life after he returns to America from World World II as a prisoner of war survivor. The new film details the encounter Zamperini had with Billy Graham that would change the hero's life forever.

"Preaching is something natural for me. Trying to preach someone else's sermon, that was tough," Will told USA Today in a recent interview. "People say I sound like my granddad. That's because we're from Western North Carolina. People say I look like him. I hope I do, I'm part of him."
Billy Graham died shortly after the movie wrapped filming so he didn't get the chance to see the final product.

"He knew about it. It's sad. As a grandson, I wish he could have seen the movie. But the Lord had other plans," the young evangelist added. "He lived it. He has the memories."
A recently released clip of the film shows the new actor's stunning portrayal. He can be seen and heard embodying the late reverend during the Los Angeles revival that turns Zamperini's life around.
The upcoming film picks up where Angelina Jolie's 2014's epic "Unbroken" movie ended and is also based on Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book, Unbroken.

Bringing this redemption story to life on the silver screen is actor Samuel Hunt ("Chicago P.D.") as Zamperini; Merritt Patterson ("The Royals") as his wife, Cynthia; David Sakurai ("Iron Fist") as Zamperini's prison guard Watanabe/"The Bird;" and of course Will Graham as the late Billy Graham.

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