Britt Robertson To Reunite with KJ Apa in ‘I Still Believe’


You might not see KJ Apa & Britt Robertson in the upcoming A Dog’s Purpose sequel, A Dog’s Journey, but you will be able to catch them on screen together again in a new project.

The “Riverdale” & “For the People” stars will once again be playing love interests in I Still Believe according to THR. The movie follows the story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and Apa was announced earlier this month to be taking on the lead role.

Robertson will play Melissa Henning, Jeremy Camp’s love interest and wife. Also joining the cast are Shania Twain as Terry Camp, Jeremy’s mother, Melissa Roxburgh (“Manifest”) as Melissa’s sister and Nathan Parsons as Jeremy and Melissa’s rock star friend, who mentors Jeremy, but who also has feelings for Melissa. Gary Sinise was previously announced to be playing Jeremy’s father Tom.

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I Still Believe follows Camp is a Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter who has sold more than 5 million albums and has toured some 36 countries. He has received numerous accolades, including four RIAA-certified gold albums, two American Music Awards nominations, multiple ASCAP awards, 38 No. 1 songs, a gold digital single (“There Will Be a Day”), a multi-platinum DVD and was named in Billboard’s Christian Artist of the Decade chart (No. 2).

We are excited to see Britt and KJ on screen again and of course get to see KJ show off his music skills. I Still Believe starts production in Alabama in late May, and is set for a March 20, 2020 release.