Rocket Pack Jack and the Babylon Virus, a new faith-based adventure film from Seventh Story Productions and LifeWay Films, drew a star-studded audience to its recent world premier at the historic Belcourt Theatre in Nashville.
The evening featured appearances from several Rocket Pack Jack cast members, including 14-year-old Steven Dady, who stars as the story’s unlikely hero, Truett. He is recruited to help Rocket Pack Jack prevent Karnivor, a group of high tech villains and their evil robots, from releasing a virus designed to corrupt all the world’s documents.
In addition, a host of VIP attendees, including such leading artists as Plus One’s Nathan Walters; Selah’s Todd Smith; Rick Florian of Whiteheart; and Ka*Pop’s David Gallagher, were on hand for the Rocket Pack Jack premier.
Created and directed by award-winning filmmaker Steven Bussell, Rocket Pack Jack and the Babylon Virus is now available at LifeWay.com/rocketpackjack and will be released at LifeWay retail stores nationwide in August.
Rocket Pack Jack star Steven Dady is quickly gaining notoriety as a leading young actor in Hollywood. The 14-year-old Tennessee native has appeared in an episode of CBS’ “Criminal Minds” and will be seen in two upcoming feature films: 11 Seconds, starring Casper Van Dien and Catherine Oxenberg; and The Secret Handshake, with Kevin Sorbo and Amy Grant.
Founded in 1998 by Steven Bussell, Seventh Story is an award-winning full-service film production house of artists, filmmakers and storytellers. Bussell has written, produced and directed more than 100 short films; created numerous commercials and marketing campaigns; directed multiple music videos and documentaries; directed 48 episodes of the LifeWay film series Garden Parks High, as well as 16 episodes of Coffeeteria; and he continues to be the Executive Producer for LifeWay’s The Gospel Project and Bible Studies for Life DVD curriculum.
Story Source: Turning Point PR