Reba Records Song For ‘Powerful’ Movie About Drug Addiction

Reba McEntire / Facebook, Four Good Days / Facebook

On Thursday, Reba McEntire shared that she was asked to sing the theme song for the new Mila Kunis and Glenn Close movie, Four Good Days. 

On Facebook, Reba shared the trailer for the film, which follows an addict, Kunis, and her mother, Close, as they wait for Kunis’ character to qualify for a vaccine that will help curve her drug addiction. Unfortunately, Kunis’ character must stay clean for four more days before she can receive the medicine. 

During the trailer, a clip of Reba’s powerful voice plays in the background. The country star recorded Diane Warren’s song, “Somehow You Do,” for the film. Previously, Reba has performed several songs written by Warren, including “What If” and “I’ll Be.”

I was honored to be asked to sing the theme song for the new Glenn Close and Mila Kunis “moving and powerful” movie, Four Good Days – in theaters April 30,” Reba wrote on Facebook. “It was written by the amazing Diane Warren who also wrote my songs “I’ll Be” and “What If.” I’m so proud to be associated with these three very powerful women.”

See Reba’s full post below.

Four Good Days will be in theaters on Friday, April 30th. For more on the movie, check out the following video.