Mandy Moore Says ‘Saved’ Isn’t Anti-Christian

A fan posted a message on ’s official forum, saying he has lost all respect for Mandy, saying her new movie ‘Saved’ is anti-Christian, after reading a quote by producer Michael Stipe who said, “It’s like those monster vampire high school kind of movies, only here the monsters are Jesus-freak teenagers.” Mandy replied to the post explaining, “That quote about the film just doesn’t do anything but harm us. It’s not what the film is about at ALL. First of all, I am a person with faith and would never compromise that by doing a film in which that faith was mocked or portrayed in a bad light. ‘Saved’ is not anti-anything. The film deals with everyday issues that everyday teens deal with: diversity, tolerance, love, acceptance, and figuring out who you are what you believe in (except these teens happen to attend a Christian high school and their lives are centered around Jesus). In a sense, this film is like a celebration of Christianity through comedy (so obviously things may be exaggerated for comedic effect). All in all, it’s pretty freakin’ hilarious!!! Although, this film may not be for everyone…. but what movie is?”

Mandy Moore Is The Current Face Of

October 12, 2002 – Mandy is featured in the latest Got Milk? ad, and is also featured on the homepage of their official website. They write, “Walking down the red carpets of some of Hollywood’s hottest premiers, actress/singer Mandy Moore stands head and shoulders above most others…literally. At a statuesque 5’9″ tall, Moore credits eating and drinking healthy foods and beverages throughout her teen years for helping her grow to her full height potential. To help other teens understand the benefits of a healthy diet, including drinking plenty of calcium-rich milk that can help teens grow, Moore has donned the famous white ‘stache as the newest celebrity in the Milk Mustache campaign.”

Britney & Christina Comparisons Don’t Bother Mandy Moore

October 11, 2002 – Mandy chatted with Mim Udovitch of Rolling Stone magazine for their Women in Rock issue. Mandy says her defining moment is accepting the constant comparisons with and Christina Aguilera. “It doesn’t bother me,” she said. “I don’t know if it bothers them. It’s just kind of a bummer that people are so closed-minded.”

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