Kevin Costner, Patrick Dempsey, Milo Ventimiglia & Amanda Seyfried “The Art of Racing in the Rain”

The book spent 156 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller list and now The Art of Racing in the Rain is a feature film. It took almost a decade to be made as producer Patrick Dempsey relates racing lessons to the movie industry and the similar structure. Oscar winner Kevin Costner voices the dog “Enzo” owned by This is Us star Milo Ventimiglia. Amanda Seyfried also stars in this heartfelt film with many themes from family to career, staying present and fighting for what’s right. Risen caught up with the cast.

The Art of Racing in the Rain Premiere (l to r) Kevin Costner, Amanda Seyfried, Milo Ventimiglia, Producer Patrick Dempsey. Front Row: Butler and Parker (Photo: 20th Century Fox)

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