Shania Twain is setting her sights on the big screen. Twain will make her acting debut in "Trading Paint," co-starring John Travolta. The movie, which hits theaters on Feb. 22 according to IMDb, follows a dirt track racer named Sam (Travolta) who returns to the track after years in retirement. Twain portrays Becca, Sam's love interest.
The film was directed by Karzan Kader and filmed in Alabama. "Trading Paint" also stars Michael Madsen and Barry Corbin.
In an interview with Sounds Like Nashville, Twain revealed that her character is a "school teacher in a small southern town, just starting my life over from being a big city girl."
"I enjoyed it and I enjoyed getting to know John," Twain told Sounds Like Nashville in 2017. "He's a very sweet person. I've known him for several years now just on short little chats, but now [working on] this movie, we got to know each other a little bit better."
While this is the first time Twain has starred in feature film, she did make a cameo appearance in the 2004 movie I Heart Huckabees. She also appeared in a 2017 episode of the Comedy Central series Broad City as herself. In addition to her acting roles, the country queen served as executive producer and panel judge on the USA singing competition Real Country.
Twain wrapped her Now World Tour in December of 2018.