Madison Pettis: 'Do You Believe?' Pushed Me Out Of My Comfort Zone

Madison Pettis: 'Do You Believe?' Pushed Me Out Of My Comfort Zone

Madison Pettis stops to fuel up her pretty new car at her local gas station in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (March 18).

The 16-year-old actress has a new movie out NOW – Do You Believe?!

“When the producers sent me the script with a character who’s 16 years old and who ran away from home and is homeless AND eight months pregnant, I knew I had to do it,” Madison recently shared. “I thought, ‘Wow, that’s so different from anything I’ve ever done. What a great way to step out of my comfort zone.’”

Madison added about wearing a pregnancy belly for the shoot, “It was interesting wearing the suit. It made me take on the physicality of being pregnant. I couldn’t sit down comfortably. I couldn’t bend to tie my shoes. I walked with a bit of a waddle.”

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  • http://www.facebook.com/chuck.anziulewicz Chuck Anziulewicz

    Here’s what some reviewers have had to say so far:

    “More professionally produced and acted than the indiegelical norm, but only fitfully engaging on a dramatic level and entirely hermetic on a theological one. ” -Scott Foundas, Variety

    “For most people it will stir a longing for the days when God had a better writing staff: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.” -Sean Means, Salt Lake Tribune

    “Sunday-school movies that preach good messages are fine, but they are illustrations of faith. They tell you what to do. I am interested in films that tell stories about the rest of the week for the rest of the audience, films that artistically engage my humanity, spirit and imagination, films that trust me to make my own meaning and not have it imposed, however nicely wrapped and tied up with a bow and accessorized by a cross.” -Rose Pacette, National Catholic Reporter

    “Subtle as a sledgehammer to the toes and only slightly more entertaining.” -Peter Sobczynski, RogerEbert.com

    “While the message is nice, the screenplay feels like it was written by a third grade Sunday school class.” -Mike McGranaghan, Aisle Seat

  • El Guapo

    Anything with Madison Pettis in it I’m going to see.