Sean Hannity has his fingers in a lot of pies these days, from being a lead at Fox News to a radio personality, author, and even dating-webside creator. Now, he has teamed up with the 90s Hercules star Kevin Sorbo on a feature film.


The film, entitled Let There Be Light, stars Sorbo as an atheist who has a religious awakening. Sorbo also serves as director on the film, which is currently in post-production. In addition to the actor, Sorbo’s wife and two children will also have roles in the upcoming film, scheduled for release in November 2017.

Recently Sorbo has been involved in various faith-related projects, such as 2014’s God’s Not Dead. However, he has also worked on such R-rated movies as 2012’s Sorority Party Massacre and FDR: American Badass.

Sorbo will appeared on Hannity’s radio show yesterday evening, in which the pair discussed their upcoming collaboration. “Hollywood can be a very superficial place but then again, so is the world,” Sorbo said. “I choose not to focus on whatever negatives that might arise from my taking a stand for what I believe in, because our beliefs are what make us human. I couldn’t be the actor I am without knowing what I stand for.”


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This is Hannity’s first foray into film production but will not be his last, according to sources who say he is pursuing other projects. See Sorbo and his wife Sam talk about the project on Fox News below.

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