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 LDS Film God's Army Reports Strong Local Box Office Revenue
According to Salt Lake Area Box Office Statistics provided by ACNielsen EDI, Inc., the LDS film God's Army is currently #2 and rising in the region. The film is just slightly behind the nationally released film "Mission to Mars," and is expected to take over the #1 slot by the end of the week. "God's Army" is a film by LDS director Richard Dutcher is about LDS missionaries serving in the Los Angeles area.

 'Standing for Something' Joins Another Bestseller List
President Gordon B. Hinckley's book "Standing for Something" remained at #4 in the Advice, How-to, and Miscellaneous category of the New York Times Book Review's Best Seller's list and also appeared on the Publishers Weekly bestseller list. In addition, it has seen an upsurge in sales on that placed it at #28 in its sales ranking last week.

 LDS Singer Objects To Lyrics In Stephen King Book
More than 40 years after he recorded his 1957 song "Black Slacks" with his group the Sparkletones, Joe Bennett is upset at $10,000 in royalties the song got from author Stephen King. Bennett, who is described as a devout member of the Mormon Church, objects to King's explicit and offensive language in the book.

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