There is a new documentary coming out that seeks to be "true" where the Da Vinci Code sought to be fiction that seemed true. James Cameron, who directed Titanic, has got a new movie that he thinks will prove that Jesus didn't rise from the dead. There's a tomb that was found several years ago, and they found names on it like Jesus, Joseph, and James. They are insisting this is Jesus' family. There are numerous reasons why this is all garbage. First, Jesus' family lived in Nazareth, and it's extremely unlikely that they would have been buried in Jerusalem, much less in a tomb of rich people.
They're saying they have "DNA evidence" that it's Jesus and his family. First, you need some of Jesus' actual DNA to prove it. Second, having 5 people with similar DNA buried to each other means absolutely nothing. It's just a family burial spot. Big whoop.
Ben Witherington made an excellent post on his blog about this, and if you want some more intelligent, eloquent rebuttals of the whole premise of this thing, I recommend reading it. You can see it here. One extremely interesting thing that he points out is how common names like Jesus, Joseph, and Mary were. Having a tomb with the name Jesus on it is equivalent to finding one today with the name "Jones".
It makes me sad that this is being released, as it is a very direct attack on Christianity, and I think many people with itching ears may be led further astray. Unfortunately, people who control most of the media and entertainment in our country are hostile to Christ and to Christian purposes. This film has no real credibility, but I'm sure it won't be the last of its type to show up.