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Red-Carpet Video Interview: ‘Swimfan’ Star Erika Christensen of ‘The Case for Christ’

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CHICAGO – HollywoodChicago.com publisher Adam Fendelman interviews Erika Christensen at the star-studded red-carpet premiere of the new film “The Case for Christ” at Chicago’s AMC River East on April 6, 2017. To begin the interview, Adam reminisces back to Erika’s stalker stardom in “Swimfan” and gets pleasantly videobombed by “The Wire” star Frankie Faison.

Based on a true story, Chicago Tribune investigative journalist and self-proclaimed atheist Lee Strobel (played by Mike Vogel) sets out to disprove the existence of God after his wife, Leslie Strobel (played by Erika Christensen), becomes a Christian.

The film, which opened on April 7, 2017, is based on Lee Strobel’s award-winning, best-selling book of the same name. “The Case for Christ” also stars Faye Dunaway, Robert Forster and Frankie Faison. Watch our interview below!


Interview and edited by: Adam Fendelman, Publisher
Filmed by: Ellie Henderson
“The Case for Christ” trailer audio/video and stills (used with permission): Pure Flix Entertainment, Triple Horse Studios
“Swimfan” trailer audio/video and poster (used with permission): 20th Century Fox

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