Now comes word that the soundtrack, in addition to three songs sung by Zellweger, contains 16 from Bob Dylan.
"Dylan put together so much material for the film that a chunk of it ended up forming the bulk of his 2009 album "Together Through Life" (which earned him a Grammy Award)," reported The Playlist.
The film's IMDB page describes the film thusly: A wheelchair-bound singer and her best friend embark on a road trip to Memphis.
It sounds positively dreadful, but Zellweger and Whitaker have both done good work in the past. But what really gives this project hope is that it comes from writer-director Olivier Dahan, the man behind "La Vie En Rose," which made Marion Cotillard a star and won her an Oscar.