Outlander actor Sam Heughan is set to star in a new rom-com.
It’s All Coming Back To Me has shared its first image of production, with the film slated to be released in cinemas on February 10, 2023 – just in time for Valentine’s Day.
In a picture posted to Instagram, Heughan is seen getting cozy with co-star Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The film will also see Celine Dion, whose 1996 hit inspired the movie’s title, appear alongside her music.
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According to varietythe project is based on 2016 German film SMS for Dich. The story follows Chopra’s character as she struggles to move on after the death of her fiancé. To bring herself comfort, she starts messaging his old phone number, which has now been reassigned to Heughan’s character.
The two develop a bond based on their shared experience of heartbreak and meet up. Dion will appear in the film as herself and as a mentor to Chopra and Heughan’s characters – inspiring the pair to hopefully fall in love.
The movie will be directed Jim Strouse, with Russell Tovey, Steve Oram, Omid Djalili, Sofia Barclay, Lydia West, Arinzé Kene and Celia Imrie as the supporting cast.
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Meanwhile, Starz has shared a first look at Outlander season 7. The new season was confirmed in March 2021 with showrunner Matthew B Roberts revealing everyone is “so excited” to continue the show’s journey.
Actors Richard Rankin and Sophie Skelton have also shared how they’d like to see the series end, telling Digital Spy their theories.
“If Diana Gabaldon is saying there’s 10 books, then however they split them up, as long as she has an idea or outline of how she might bring things to a conclusion, I would just like to be around for that and have the satisfaction of finishing the journey of these characters,” Rankin said.
Skelton added: “I feel like they need to be back in the future, all cushty, go to the cinema, kids running around, no drama.”
Outlander tunes on Starz in the US and streams on STARZPLAY in the UK.
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