Shania Twain Joins Lionsgate Faith-Based Film ‘I Still Believe’

Shania Twain

Music superstar Shania Twain has joined the cast of faith-based film I Still Believe, to be released by Lionsgate and Kingdom Studios on March 20, 2020. The film focuses on the story of Christian music artist Jeremy Camp, and takes its title from his 2003 hit song by the same name.

Twain will play Jeremy’s mother, Terry Camp. Other cast members include Britt Robertson as Melissa Henning (Camp’s love interest and later wife), Melissa Roxburgh as Heather Henning (Melissa older sister), and Nathan Dean Parsons as Jean-Luc La Joie, Jeremy and Melissa’s friend who mentors Camp. It was previously revealed that K.J. Apa will star as Camp, while Gary Sinese will portray Camp’s father.

Jon Erwin and Andrew Erwin are directing the project, while Kevin Downes is producing with the Erwins as part of Kingdom Studios. I Still Believe follows last year’s Lionsgate box office success of I Can Only Imagine, which chronicles the story of Bart Millard, lead singer and writer for CCM band MercyMe. The film opened at No. 3 at the box office, and grossed $83 million in the United States, becoming the fourth-highest grossing music biopic of all time.

CCM singer Camp has sold more than 5 million albums and earned four RIAA-certified Gold albums, two American Music Awards, 38 No. 1 singles and a Gold digital single for “There Will Be A Day.”

Twain is repped by CAA.

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