Vivendi Entertainment has acquired all domestic rights to Mariah Carey’s “Tennessee” says the trades.
The moody drama centers on two lower-middle class brothers (Adam Rothenberg and Ethan Peck) who take to the road to resolve their economic and health challenges.
Along the way they meet and bring along a waitress (Carey) whose dreams of a singing career have been dashed by a bad marriage.
Director Aaron Woodley’s film features Carey performing the original ballad “Right to Dream,” which she co-wrote with Willie Nelson.
“Tennessee”, which premiered at Tribeca earlier this year, will hit theaters this December.