Seven years after her rough debut with “Glitter,” Mariah Carey is set to give the ‘big screen’ another try this December in “Tennessee” Vivendi Entertainment acquired the rights to release the road trip drama “Tennessee” recently, which premiered at this spring’s Tribeca Film Festival In New York. According to a statement released Thursday, The quiet — and at times moody — drama centers on two lower-middle class brothers (Adam Rothenberg, Ethan Peck) who take to the road to resolve their economic and health challenges. Along the way they meet a waitress (Carey) whose dreams of a singing career have been dashed by a bad marriage. Though the film is not a musical, Carey is featured performing “Right To Dream” in the film, which she co-wrote with Willie Nelson. Mariah Carey’s feature film debut in”Glitter” earned just $4.3 million at the North American box office in 2001. Carey had a cameo in this summer’s hit comedy “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan.”
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