Biggest film in world history - Jim Caviezel's bold claim on 'The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection', fans chime in with hilarious titles

    Jim Caviezel's bold claim that "The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection" will be the "biggest film in world history" has caused a stir online, with fans playfully reacting with fake titles. The original 2004 film remains the highest-grossing R-rated film ever.

    Jim Caviezel (Source: Rotten Tomatoes)

    "The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection" is slated to be the sequel that fans of the 2004 biblical drama have been clamoring for. Jim Caviezel, reprising his role as Jesus of Nazareth, has teased that the upcoming film will be the "biggest film in world history." Twitter, of course, had a field day with that statement.

    A Holy Throwback – The Original Epic

    Mel Gibson's original film, "The Passion of the Christ," rocked the world back in 2004, both thrilling and shocking audiences in equal measure. Grossing over $612 million worldwide and more than $370 million at the domestic box office, it holds the record for being the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time.

    A divisive masterpiece that combined spiritual reverence with visceral intensity, the film featured Jim Caviezel in a performance so dedicated that he was even struck by lightning during the filming!

    A Resurrection in Progress?

    Fast forward to now, and the buzz around "The Passion of the Christ 2" is growing. With a working title of "The Passion Of The Christ: Resurrection," it appears Gibson is ready to get back on set for this long-awaited sequel.

    The recent report, as mentioned in Screen Rant, has whipped fans into a frenzy, even though there has been no official announcement regarding the film's potential release date. Some skeptical whispers question the validity of this news, but fans on Twitter have taken the opportunity to create their own perfectly predictable yet still comical ideas for the sequel's title.

    Joining Gibson on the creative team will be the Oscar-winning writer Randall Wallace, a frequent collaborator with Gibson. It's also exciting to note that Caviezel, despite his lightning encounter, is willing to reprise his iconic role.

    Bold Promises and Comical Reactions

    What has truly stirred the pot is Caviezel's bold statement that the sequel will be the "biggest film in world history." That prediction has led to some highly amusing reactions on Twitter, with users coming up with faux titles for the sequel.

    Only time will reveal the answers, but for now, the chatter online continues to keep the legend alive. And as for Caviezel's bold claim? Well, it's given fans a divine dose of entertainment, even before the cameras start rolling!

    (Several parts of the text in this article, including the title, were generated with the help of an AI tool.)