ATLANTA - Actors Shemar Moore and Bill Bellamy stopped by Good Day Atlanta Thursday to talk about The Bounce Back, their new movie about finding the courage to love again after heartbreak.
The actors talked about how this is an independent film that was partially funded by Shemar Moore's fan base "baby girl nation."
The stars of The Bounce Back are currently touring the country to promote the movie and shared that they have also entered into a partnership with children's Miracle Network. They were inspired to help the non-profit after Nadja Alaya, their 15 year-old co-star who plays Shemar Moore's daughter in the movie, was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma, which sparked a new meaning to the phrase "bounce back" and inspired the cast to raise funds for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Moore and Bellamy are visiting with children and family members Thursday at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Hughes Spalding.
The Bounce Back will be in theaters on December 9. For more information on the movie see below.