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" Lalonde questioned when a fan stated during a Facebook Q&A on Sunday that Cage was "not a believer," and wondered why he had been cast in the movie."I have said before that MANY Christians I know do not have 'I Love Jesus' bumper stickers and especially in the entertainment world, there are a lot of Christian actors who have chosen to keep their personal faith a private matter," Lalonde continued."So while you may wish that someone was vocal about their faith, we should be careful declaring who is a believer and who is not.On Friday, Leah Remini will provide a glimpse of her explosive tell-all, Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology, with an hour-long interview on ABC’s 20/20.The book itself comes out officially four days later, on November 3."This movie, by definition, is based on a pre-tribulation rapture.There are those who would disagree with that interpretation of scripture."The producer, who also revealed that there would be a follow-up to and perhaps even a TV series, not under his control, asked that fans refrain from turning the Q&A session into a "giant debate on theology.""There is no 'twist' on the truth — saying the vanishings were due to an alien attack or anything like that…" he added.
Again, Leah noticed that Miscavige was there without his wife, and was instead getting friendly with his female assistant.These disturbances were apparently enough to concern both Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, who slighted Leah and Angelo and wouldn’t shake their hands after the ceremony.In fact, Leah’s behavior caused such a stink, after the wedding the Scientologists in attendance did what Scientologists do, and they filed Knowledge Reports with the church in order to snitch on each other.Leah asked about it, and was told by Tommy Davis, the son of actress Anne Archer and a Sea Org lackey to Tom Cruise, that Leah “didn’t have the fucking rank” to ask about Shelly’s whereabouts.(What Leah didn’t know at that time was that more than a year earlier Shelly had been banished to a super-secret Scientology compound in the mountains above Los Angeles, where she remains to this day.) Leah also caused a stir when she asked to have Jennifer Lopez moved because J-Lo wanted to sit with her.Although her stint in the Sea Org was short, Leah remained a loyal Scientologist as the family moved to Los Angeles and she then tried to break into television as an actress.Even as she attained huge success with her 9-year run as Carrie Heffernan on The King of Queens from 1999 to 2007, Remini continued to go to Scientology’s Hollywood Celebrity Centre for several hours nearly every day.That is between them and God."The producer added, "You live your Christian lives as you see fit and let others do the same."The question about Cage being a "believer" came just a week after another apparent fan of the upcoming movie claimed on the social network that the Hollywood star was a Scientologist and the film would be "a big deception."The official moderator of the "Left Behind" Facebook page insisted that Cage was not a Scientologist and that it would not affect the film if he did belong to the controversial religion, regarded by many as a cult."He's not making this movie, he's acting in it.Please do a little more fact checking," the moderator wrote. Lalonde was also asked by another fan if there had been difficulties finding actors to take part in the film, and whether its cast members were Christians, or if the project was "just another job" for them."It was hard REACHING actors — many agents did not want to share a faith-based script with their clients and that was the biggest challenge," Lalonde responded.A "Left Behind" producer and writer recently took on questions from fans of the upcoming end-times film and went on the defensive when he was asked if members of the cast, including lead actor Nicolas Cage, were "believers." Some fans also expressed concern that an actual rapture could take place before the film's 2014 release."Left Behind," a remake of the 2002 movie of the same name headlined by Kirk Cameron, unfolds during the immediate aftermath of the sudden vanishing of millions of people from Earth.According to the book series, and many Christians, this rapture of believers occurs at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.