dertyAfter the breakout success of God’s Not Dead, faith-based film studio Pure Flix Entertainment is gearing up to produce a sequel. Pure Flix CEO and managing partner Michael Scott said his studio has a number of projects in the works for next year, including God’s Not Dead 2. “We’ve got a full slate next year. You’ll see Do You Believe?, which is coming in the spring … we’re looking at late March for the release [and] next year possibly either fall or the following year you’ll see God’s Not Dead 2,” Scott said. God’s Not Dead took the world by surprise following its March release. Despite the film’s small $2 million budget, Scott said it earned $9.2 million in its first week in theaters, finishing fifth in the U.S. box office. The film earned another $8.5 to $9 million the following week, holding on to its fifth place spot and eventually jumping to fourth in U.S. box offices. The cast for new film has not been announced. Scott said making God’s Not Dead was an “incredible journey.” Even before the movie came out in theaters, he said the trailer “exploded onto the web” with millions of views. “We became the Number 1 page (on) Facebook in the world during the week of the trailer’s release,” said Scott. The movie’s popularity also was bolstered by the hit song with the same name as the film by Christian contemporary-music group the Newsboys. More