It’s All Coming Back to Me, starring Priyanka Chopra and Sam Heughan, has finally been given a new release date. The film, which was formerly titled Text for You, will be released in theatres in February of next year.
The first official still from Priyanka Chopra’s forthcoming Hollywood film, It’s All Coming Back to Me, is now available. Actor Sam Heughan, who co-stars with Priyanka in the film Text for You, tweeted a photo from the set. He did, however, eventually delete the post. The film is based on Celine Dion’s hit song from her 1996 album, Falling into You, and will be released on February 10, 2019.
The two’s fans were ecstatic to see the still. “So pleased to finally have a date connected to this project!” a fan said in the comments section. “I’m really looking forward to seeing this movie,” said another. Sam, I congratulate you.” “I’m looking forward to seeing this next year,” commented another. Blessings.” “And we have a date…. perfect for a Valentine date,” said another commenter.
Despite the fact that Sam Heughan’s post concerning the release date was deleted, Deadline stated that the film would be released on February 10 of next year. He also described her as “beautiful, amazing, and a nice human being.”
It’s All Coming Back to Me is a remake of the German film SMS für Dich, which was released in 2016 and was based on a novel by Sofie Cramer. It centers on a lady who sends text messages to her dead boyfriend’s cellphone, but instead interacts with another devastated person who has been given the same phone number.
Priyanka Chopra has Ending Things with Anthony Mackie, the online series Citadel, and Farhan Akhtar’s Jee Le Zaraa in addition to It’s All Coming Back to Me. She is also working on a few more projects.