DETROIT (WXYZ) - Stars gathered in Detroit tonight for the premiere of Mitch Albom’s “Have a little Faith.”
It’s the story of two different faiths and races coming together.
The movie stars Lawrence Fishburne and Martin Landau.
The movie’s charity premiere was held tonight at Emagine, Royal Oak. All 10 theaters showed the screening tonight.
All of proceeds from the event will benefit A Hole In The Roof Foundation and the Rabbi Albert Lewis Fund, both associated with major characters in the non-fiction book. The A Hole in the Roof Foundation helps faith groups that assist the homeless repair the spaces in which they carry out their work.
You can see “Have A Little Faith “ On Nov. 27, right here on 7.
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