When "Lucky You," a movie that tells the story of a professional poker player, hits theaters in March, fans will recognize some familiar voices on the soundtrack. Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Kris Kristofferson have all lent their songwriting skills and voices to the movie.
Dylan has created a whole new song for the movie called "Huck's Theme." Springsteen's "Lucky Town" has the honor of playing during the title sequence of the movie and its trailer.
Springsteen's "The Fever" will also be on the soundtrack along with Kristofferson's "They Ain't Got 'Em All" and songs from Ryan Adams, George Jones, Shawn Colvin and Bonnie Raitt.
Drew Barrymore will also try out her vocals on the soundtrack with a song titled "The Cold Hart Truth."
Barrymore plays an aspiring singer in the movie and the love interest of Huck Cheever, a professional poker player played by Eric Bana. The plot is about Cheever finding love, wisdom, money and family at the World Series of Poker (WSOP).
Several professional poker players will be making appearances in the film as well including Doyle Brunson, Sam Farha, Ted Forrest, Chau Giang, Barry Greenstein, Karina Jett, John Juanda, Erick Lindgren, Minh Ly, Mike Matusow and Daniel Negreanu.
Jennifer Harman will act in the film, playing the part of Shannon Kincaid.
Poker fans can catch "Lucky You" when it debuts in theaters March 16.