Kirk Cameron has a new movie out called Unstoppable, and all he wants to do is show you the latest movie trailer. The film is sure to be a hit, seeing as how it’s presented by Liberty University and will only show in theaters one night (get your tickets for the September 24 showing here). But he’s having a problem spreading the gospel because Facebook is bullying him. He took to his Facebook page last night to explain:

His sister, clearly a lover of Faith, Family, and Freedom got in on the worthy cause, celebrating when Facebook finally reversed the ban:

But right as Facebook caved, YouTube got in on the fun. Here’s what happens when you click the trailer on the official Unstoppable website:

Now a lot of Cameron fans are really upset they can’t watch a trailer that answers the question: “Where is God in the midst of tragedy and suffering?” And the rest of us are really upset that we can’t watch a video that is so holy and hateful, even YouTube has banned it.

His Facebook fans are calling for someone to get the trailer and post it on (I didn’t know it existed either). But in case that doesn’t happen soon, if anyone has a link to the new trailer, please let us know. In the meantime, while we wait impatiently, you can watch the far less controversial pre-trailer trailer for the film released last summer:


YouTube has unblocked the trailer. Here it is!

[Image via Facebook]