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Controversial new film starring Bell Thorne as a woman with a Jesus fetish has cast Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris, as Jesus Christ.

The 22-year-old daughter of the late and disgraced singer, Michael Jackson, is set to play Jesus Christ in the upcoming movie “Habit,” which is currently in the post-production phase.

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“Habit,” is a controversial new film featuring a female Jesus Christ, played by Paris Jackson, and it is directed by Janell Shirtcliff and written by Suki Kaiser.

Bella Thorne will play a former junkie with a Jesus fetish who pretends to be a nun to escape a drug deal gone bad.

Leitch told Fox News that Jackson’s Jesus “visits [Thorne’s character] on a few different occasions.”

Bella Thorne as a nun in Habit movie starring Paris Jackson as female Jesus

Bella Thorne as nun in “Habit,” movie co-starring Paris Jackson as a female Jesus Christ.

The film is based on a story written by Shirtcliff and Libby Mintz; who reportedly also has a role in the movie.

The “Habit,” movie is said to have graphic love making scenes which some people may find very offensive, especially as they depict Jesus in a raunchy manner.

Music is going to play a large part in “Habit,” as Musicians Josie Ho, Gavin Rossdale, Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart will also appear in the film, as will model Andreja Pejic.

Leitch revealed that the film is inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s early work and that they’ve sped up the post-production process after wrapping filming a week before the national lockdown but unfortunately they’ve not yet announced a premiere date.

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