Celine Dion’s Romance Film ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me’ Has a Release Date
The film will be released just in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
For years, Celine Dion‘s biggest musical contribution to cinema has been “My Heart Will Go On,” the main theme to James Cameron’s Titanic. This will change in February next year.
According to Variety, the romantic drama featuring the “Power of Love” singer’s decades-long discography now has a release date. Guess what? It’s coming just in time for Valentine’s Day on Feb. 10, 2022. Titled It’s All Coming Back to Me, the film adaptation of the German motion picture SMS fur Dich was originally titled Text For You. It stars Sam Heughan and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, as well Dion.
Chopra’s character struggles to move on after the death of her husband. She continues to text his number after his death. Heughan, the fiance’s character, is assigned the old number and receives her messages. Through unplanned communication, the two form a bond based on shared heartbreak. Dion will not only executive produce, but also serve as a mentor for the film’s characters as they fall in and out of love.
It’s still uncertain which of Dion’s songs will be used in the movie — though its title track “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” is a good bet — but Heughan did recently reveal to Variety that the five-time Grammy winner has recorded a brand new number for the project.
The 54-year-old vocal powerhouse posted the film’s release date announcement to her Instagram story, where she called Chopra “amazing” and Heughan “incredible” — once in English, and once in French. The film’s cast is rounded out by supporting actors Russell Tovey, Steve Oram, Omid Djalili, Sofia Barclay, Lydia West, Arinze Kene and Celia Imrie, who all began filming in London all the way back in 2020.
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