Last night, Glenn told you about his pivot point, the moment where his perspective on everything changed. He's now laser-focused on telling stories of love, courage, and hope. A vacuum exists for these kinds of stories in Hollywood, and Glenn plans to bring them to every platform available: scripted television, feature films, and more.
"Stories are a vital part of learning," Glenn said. "The stories come through the back door of our imagination."
What kinds of stories are we letting in through the back door of our children's imaginations? Just turn on a TV and prepare to be disappointed. Well-meaning people have tried to make faith-based films, but they lack the quality of a Hollywood blockbuster. Meanwhile, Hollywood's take on a faith-based film leaves you with dreck like Noah.
Glenn has promised to model the new phase of his career after Walt Disney. In everything he did, Disney was thoughtful about the underlying themes in his work. In each and every story he told, good is rewarded, evil is punished, and faith and hope are critical. Are these themes being emphasized by the storytellers of today?
"If you want something done, do it yourself," Glenn said.
And that's just what he's doing. On Tuesday's TV show, Glenn showed the audience a look at two projects in development with the American Dream Labs.
First off is History House, where long-forgotten stories come to life like never before.
And then 'Voltage', the story of the 'War of the Currents' and the two titans that clashed at its front lines: Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison. While the video below doesn't show footage if the planned show, which would be a scripted live-action drama, Glenn does convey the power of the story he wants to tell the world: