Celine Dion makes her debut in rom-com with “It’s All Coming Back to Me”

All of it is coming back to her right now.

Celine Dion’s rom-com debut is in “It’s All Coming Back to Me,” which will hit theaters on February 10, 2023. The film also includes a bonus track from the legendary diva.

The film will feature Dion’s music. Dion will star as herself in the movie, but it’s not a biopic on the famous 54-year-old French Canadian singer.

Filming for “It’s All Coming Back to Me”, a remake of “SMS fur Dich,” (or “Text for You”), wrapped in the first quarter of last year.

It stars Priyanka Chopra, 39. As a way to deal with her grief, her character develops a pattern of sending romantic messages to her late fiance’s old cellphone. The number was reassigned to Sam Heughan (Outlander), 41, who is struggling with his own loss. They make a connection and meet as heartbroken characters.

Dion herself serves as a mentor figure and inspires Chopra and Heughan to fall in Love.

The Sony-distributed flick was named after the Jim Steinman tune “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now”, which Dion famously covered on her 1996 debut album, “Falling Into You.”

Variety reported that Heughan, the French-language artist and Canadian best-seller of all time, also recorded a song for the movie.

The French Canadian film Aline, a fictionalization of Dion’s story, is currently playing in select US cinemas. Aline Dieu has her name changed. Dion declared last year an “official” documentary was in the making.

The singer has canceled several North American shows of her “Courage”, a world tour that began shortly before the pandemic in 2020. In May, she resumes her European tour.