Mariah Carey's single gets film adaptation
Singer Mariah Carey has announced that her 1994 hit song All I want for Christmas is you will be adapted into an animated movie.
Carey made the announcement over Twitter on Tuesday, reports aceshowbiz.com.
"My song is becoming a movie! You're the first to hear about this exciting news," Carey tweeted while mentioning an official Twitter account for the movie.
Along with the announcement, Carey also attached a teaser video in which she can be seen donning red-and-black plaid pajamas while holding a puppy.
"I don't want a love for Christmas, there is just one thing I need," she says in the video.
"All I Want for Christmas is you" follows young Carey, who sees a puppy named Princess at the pet store and suddenly knows exactly what she wants for Christmas. But she must prove that she can pet-sit Jack, a dog who turns Carey and her family's holiday preparations upside down.
Narrated by Carey herself, the movie will feature a voice cast including Henry Winkler, Lacey Chabert, Breanna Yde, Phil Morris, Laya Hayes and Keiko Agena.