The Duck Dynasty family is helping the Christian movie The Song gets its ducks in a row by endorsing the family-friendly movie that focuses on country music. The tale of love loosely based upon the Bible's Song of Solomon.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, it was rumored that Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson had been hospitalized with a mystery ailment, and was resting in a hospital in Los Angeles. But it turns out that reports may have been full of quack... or at least they called out the wrong grandpa.
The Song tells the story of a songwriter who writes a tune shortly after being married to his wife. But after this music becomes popular, he's thrust into a life of stardom and a world of temptation, causing his life to change and his marriage to fall apart.
Besides being a Christian movie, the style of music The Song uses just happens to fit in with the country lifestyle of the Duck Dynasty family. As such, the Robertson family has been openly encouraging audiences to see the film.
"I want to encourage you to grab your spouse and go check out 'The Song,'" says Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander. "It is an incredible movie. Korie and I watched it -- and we loved it. So do yourself a favor and go see it."
"Ladies, I'm gonna tell you what you need to do this weekend. Grab your husbands, your boyfriends, girls -- whoever it takes -- and go see 'The Song.' You will love it, and they will too. It'll be worth it!" said Duck Dynasty star Miss Kay Robertson.
Faith Driven Consumer is the the group that promoted the IStandWithPhil.com movement, which played a large role in convincing A&E to have Phil Robertson returned to filming future seasons of Duck Dynasty. The group's founder, Chris Stone, believes that the Robertson's endorsement of the movie should propel it higher after it releases September 26.
"Faith Driven Consumers share a strong bond with the Robertson family, and their endorsement of this faith- and music-driven film will have significant impact," said Stone. "'The Song' hits all the right notes, weaving beards and banjos into a compelling, deeply touching story about love, marriage and commitment."