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Casey Cott Proud of KJ Apa’s I Still Believe

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After getting immense success from Riverdale, it seems that KJ Apa is headed for the movies. His film, ‘I Still Believe’, premiered recently and his co-star, Casey Cott could not have been prouder.

After ruling the TV screens as Archie, KJ Apa has appeared in the movie ‘I Still Believe’

Directed by Erwin Brothers, the film is a true love story. It is based on the life of a Christian music singer-songwriter, Jeremy Camp and his wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp. Shortly before they were to marry, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After just four months of their marriage, she passed away. The film focuses on the college years of Jeremy Camp, his journey to stardom and eventually, meeting his second wife. While KJ Apa plays the singer, Britt Robertson plays Melissa. Other cast includes Shania Twain, Gary Sinise, and Melissa Roxburgh.

Casey Cott and KJ Apa’s bromance started on the sets of Riverdale

Based on the infamous Archie comics, Riverdale revolves around the residents of the town of the same name. It explores the hidden dark secrets of the seemingly perfect town. While KJ Apa plays the lead, Archie, who is a high school football player and best friends with Betty Cooper and Jughead. On the other hand, Casey Cott joined the cast in the second season of the show but has been in the show since then. Shortly after joining the show, he became a series regular. His character, Kevin Keller, is the first openly gay character in the history of Archie comics. He is friends with Archie, Betty, and Veronica in the show. Not only are they friends on the show, but their social media posts are also the proof of their real-life bromance.

Recently, Casey Cott took to social media to congratulate Apa for his film.

In an Instagram post, he shared his thoughts about I Still Believe and congratulated his friend. Cott said:

I’m not one for sappy social media hoopla BUT…man I’m so proud of KJ Apa, the dude nails it in I Still Believe telling the beautiful story of Jeremy Camp. Can’t express what a moving film it is! Britt Robertson is also just absolutely incredible. Congrats to the entire team!

It is heartwarming to see two stars publicly appreciating each other. More of this, please!

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