SAN FRANCISCO — I love Jesus.
I love his message, his compassion.
I love his compassion for all humanity.
I’m not religious, but I know his love for the poor.
I don’t know why I love him more than anybody else, but he’s my savior, I believe.
I know that the only thing that really makes me happy is that I’m here with him.
So yes, I love Jesus, even though it’s the only way I know how to live.
And I know I’m not alone.
I’m the only person who’s been able to see him.
As the world’s first Christian movie, My Little Pony: The Movie , is hitting theaters on July 7, we caught up with author Lauren Faust, who wrote the book, and director Jordan Peele, to learn how the film was made.
“The most challenging thing to write, to make, was to figure out what the most Christian story would be,” Faust told us.
“[The film] is really about what makes the world tick.
It’s not about religion.
It is about human beings, and the story of how they came together and what it’s like to be a part of something that is so important.”
The movie opens in theaters July 7.
My Little Pinky is the third book in the My Little Ponies series, and it’s being written by writer Lauren Faust.
The first two books, My Friend Fluttershy and My Little Pinkie Pie, were written by author Jordan Pester.
Both books were published by Simon & Schuster, with Faust co-writing the first book, My Sister’s Book, and Pester writing the second book, The Little Pony Chronicles.