Shania Twain has joined the cast for John Travolta's new film, Trading Paint.

Variety reports that Twain, Michael Madsen and Kevin Dunn have signed on for Trading Paint, which also stars Game of Thrones actor Toby Sebastian. According to the trade magazine, Travolta "portrays a down-and-out dirt track racing legend who is drawn back into the winner’s circle after his son, an aspiring driver, joins a competitor’s racing team, and incites an intense and dangerous competition between father and son."

Karzan Kader is directing Trading Paint from a script by Craig Welch and Gary Gerani, with Ambi Pictures and Paradox Studios signed on to finance and produce the project. Andrea Iervolino, Monika Bacardi, Silvio Muraglia, and Alexandra Klim will serve as producers, with AMBI Distribution in place to sell Trading Paint worldwide.

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Principal photography on the film kicked off this week in Alabama, with shooting scheduled in several different locations throughout the state through mid-September. The nature of Twain's exact role in the film has not been revealed, though IMDB reports that her character is named Becca.

It's going to be a busy fall for Twain, who's set to release a new album, Nowon Sept. 29. It’s her first full studio project since 2002’s Up. The 12-track album includes Twain's current single, "Life's About to Get Good," as well as “Swingin’ With My Eyes Closed,” “Poor Me” and “Who’s Gonna Be Your Girl.” Twain recently released a video for "Life's About to Get Good."

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