Los Angeles: Priyanka Chopra and Sam Heughan-starrer film It’s All Coming Back to Me will release in the US February 10, 2023.
The movie, which was earlier titled Text for You, is based on the 2016 German film SMS fur Dich by Karoline Herfurth, reported Deadline.
Chopra features in the movie as a woman struggling to move on from the death of her fiance. To cope, she begins sending messages to his old phone number, which has been reassigned to a new man (Heughan). The two meet and develop a connection based on their shared heartbreak.
The movie’s new title is named after Jim Steinman’s power ballad It’s All Coming Back to Me Now, which was made famous by pop star Celine Dion’s cover for her 1996 album Falling Into You.
Dion will also star as herself in the movie and play a pivotal part in inspiring the two main characters to fall in love.
Jim Strouse has written and directed It’s All Coming Back to Me, which is produced by Screen Gems and distributed by Sony Pictures.
Dion executive produces the film alongside Doug Belgrad, Sophie Cassidy, Louise Killin and Jonathan Furhman.
The movie will also feature actors Russell Tovey, Steve Oram, Omid Djalili, Sofia Barclay, Lydia West, Arinzé Kene and Celia Imrie.