Four Good Days
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Reba McEntire Sings the Theme Song for New Glenn Close Film 'Four Good Days'

New Reba McEntire song "Somehow You Do" will be featured in forthcoming film Four Good Days.

A music video for the song debuted Friday (April 23). McEntire's mighty vocals pair with powerful visuals from Southern California (courtesy of  acclaimed filmmaker Jon Avnet (Fried Green TomatoesRisky BusinessBlack Swan)) and the film itself to tell a gripping story about soldiering through life's challenges.

The song was written by Diane Warren, whose Oscar-nominated songs include "How Do I Live," which was recorded by both LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood. Warren also wrote McEntire's "What If?" and "I'll Be."

"Reba's interpretation of Diane Warren's song was so nuanced and moving," says Avnet in a press release. "When I was asked if I would direct the filming of it, I jumped at the opportunity.  I hoped to use the film to interpret both the song and the movie 'Four Good Days.'  It was worth every minute in the desert working with Reba. She's a pro's pro and fun to boot!  And of course, this is my second go around with Diane Warren.  The first was 'Because You Loved Me,' that Celine Dion sung for my film 'Up Close and Personal.' That one worked out well and I think 'Somehow You Do' should as well."

Part of the song could be heard in a trailer Tweeted in March by McEntire.

"I was honored to be asked to sing the theme song for the new Glenn Close and Mila Kunis 'moving and powerful' movie, Four Good Days - in theaters April 30," the country superstar tweeted. "It was written by the amazing Diane Warren who also wrote my songs 'I'll Be' and 'What If.'"

The film recounts a true story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post writer Eli Saslow. It follows 31-year-old Molly (Kunis) as she turns to her estranged mother Deb (Close) to help win a battle against substance abuse.

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Per Deadline, the cast also features Stephen Root, Chad Lindberg, Rebecca Field, Joshua Leonard, Michael Hyatt and Sam Hennings.

Director Rodrigo Garcia's movie debuted at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Vertical Entertainment has lined up a limited theater release on April 30 and a May 21 debut on streaming services.

Garcia's also a producer, along with Jon Avnet, Marina Grasic, Jake Avnet and Jai Khanna.

Notable projects tied to Garcia include the pilot for popular TV series Bull plus the upcoming Party of Five series reboot.

Additional details about Four Good Days come right after Close became an Oscar and Razzie nominee for her role in Netflix's Hillbilly Elegy.

In related news, McEntire is heading to the small screen once again. The country music superstar is set to produce and star in two movies on Lifetime. The first is the Lifetime holiday movie Christmas In Tune, which will feature an original holiday song by McEntire. The movie is part of the network's annual It's A Wonderful Lifetime schedule.

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