The movie is set to debut in March 2020.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
June 24, 2019

Whether singing or on the silver screen, we'll forever and for always love Shania Twain. Now, we're excited to learn that the Canadian star is slated to appear in a new movie. Recently, Twain starred alongside John Travolta in the 2019 film Trading Paint, an action movie about car racing.

Now, Twain will appear in I Still Believe, which began filming in Alabama last month, per Deadline. In the faith-centric movie, Twain will play the role of Terry Camp, mother to Christian music star Jeremy Camp. The title of the film hails from Camp's 2003 single, "I Still Believe," written as a tribute to his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, who died shortly after the two wed of ovarian cancer.

According to Deadline, the movie is said to be the "uplifting and inspiring true life story of Camp and his remarkable journey through love and loss." The Lionsgate and Kingdom Studios film will also feature Britt Robertson, Melissa Roxburgh, and Nathan Dean Parsons in the cast and be directed by brothers Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin. I Still Believe is scheduled to be released on March 20th, 2020. Here's to hoping Shania pens a soundtrack for this new flick, too!