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Published On: Tue, Jun 26th, 2018

‘I Can Only Imagine’ tops the DVD charts

The uplifting story that shares the power of forgiveness, Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions’ I Can Only Imagine, has become the number one selling DVD in America following its June 12thdebut. Directed by the Erwin Brothers (October BabyMoms’ Night Out) and written for the screen by Jon Erwin & Brent McCorkle, the film tells the incredible true story behind Christian band MercyMe’s iconic, history-making song “I Can Only Imagine.” Starring in the film are up-and-coming Broadway star J. Michael Finley (West End Production’s The Book of Mormon) and Golden Globe® nominee Dennis Quaid (2011, Best Actor – Limited Series or Television Motion Picture, The Special Relationship; 2003, Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture, Far From Heaven), as well as Trace Adkins (The Lincoln LawyerTraded), Priscilla C. Shirer (War Room), Cloris Leachman (The Last Picture ShowSpanglish), and Madeline Carroll (Flipped).

Dennis Quaid and Trace Adkins star in this inspiring true story behind MercyMe’s beloved hit song. Running from a troubled home life and a broken relationship, Bart Millard (Finley) found escape in music. Hitting the road in a decrepit tour bus, Bart and his band MercyMe set out on an amazing journey none of them could have ever imagined, in this uplifting, music-filled movie that beautifully illustrates the power of forgiveness and God’s love.

The home entertainment release of I Can Only Imagine features over 3 hours of extras including 7 deleted scenes, 7 in-depth featurettes, an audio commentary, and more! Perfect for the entire family, the I Can Only Imagine Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD is available for the suggested retail price of $39.99 and $29.95, respectively.

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