Shania Twain Hits Theaters in February With Leading Man John Travolta

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Country music fans and dirt track race aficionados alike should get excited! Shania Twain and John Travolta are coming to the big screen in February with a movie called “Trading Paint.” Also starring Toby Sebastian, Michael Madsen, and Kevin Dunn, the film is focused on the racing career of young Cam Munroe (Toby Sebastian) as he tries to get out from under the shadow of his father, Sam Munroe (John Travolta), who is a racing legend.

Not yet ready to drive off into the sunset with his wife (played by Shania Twain), the elder Munroe takes issue with his son’s career decisions. The film is an excellent feature for the exciting, action-packed world of dirt track racing and may even win over a new fan or two for the circuit.

Video: YouTube/ONE Media

Twain became a country music superstar in the early ’90s, singing her way to worldwide fame. Her role in “Trading Paint” will mark her acting debut, which is something that country singers appear to be doing a lot of these days – and we couldn’t be happier! Trace Adkins has made excellent in-roads to acting in films such as “Lincoln Lawyer,” “The Virginian,” and “Mom’s Night Out.” Tim McGraw has seen his fair share of the silver screen limelight in such movies as “Friday Night Lights,” and “The Blind Side.” And, our very own King of Country Music, native Texas star, George Strait, made his debut crossover into movies in the 1992 film “Pure Country.” Shared on the ONE Media YouTube channel, if the trailer for “Trading Paint” is any indication, Twain’s acting career could be headed in the right direction.