Ordinary Angels: Hilary Swank Stars in New Movie about Faith and Miracles

Hilary Swank is set to star in the upcoming movie Ordinary Angels, which tells the true story of a struggling hairdresser who single-handedly rallies an entire community to help a widowed father save the life of his critically ill daughter.

The film is directed by Michael Showalter and written by Randy Brown. It is based on the book Angels in the Snow by Sharon Rickenbacher.

Swank will play Sharon, a hairdresser who is struggling to make ends meet. She is also a single mother to a young son. When she learns about the plight of Ed Schmitt, a widower whose daughter is in need of a liver transplant, Sharon is inspired to take action.

She rallies the entire community to help Ed find a donor for his daughter. In the process, she discovers the power of faith and miracles.

The film also stars Alan Ritchson as Ed Schmitt and Ashley Schmitt as his daughter, Sarah.

Ordinary Angels is sure to be a heartwarming and inspiring film. It is a story about the power of community, faith, and hope.

Here are some additional details about the film:

The film is produced by Kingdom Story Company and Lionsgate.
The film's budget is estimated to be $20 million.
The film was shot in Kentucky.
The film's score is composed by Mark Isham.

Ordinary Angels is a must-see for fans of heartwarming stories, faith-based films, and Hilary Swank. The film is sure to leave audiences feeling inspired and uplifted.