Dennis Quaid is ready to sing in a brand new docudrama about freedom of speech and political censorship.
The 64-year-old actor, who launched his first-ever studio album together with his band The Sharks final month, will lend his rock track “Out of the Field” to the upcoming movie “No Protected Areas,” based on the New York Publish.
Per the outlet, the “Mum or dad Lure” alum stated he needed to supply the tune to the movie — created by comic Adam Carolla and radio discuss present host Dennis Prager — as a result of People have gotten closed off to completely different factors of view.
“It’s not simply Hollywood. Our complete tradition has turn into illiberal,” Quaid advised The Publish.
The “Fortitude” actor went on to clarify that the track highlights “being open to different factors of view and never mindlessly giving your self over to an “ism.”
“I don’t give myself to any social gathering or ism,” Quaid — who’s an unbiased and set to star as President Ronald Reagan in a brand new film — added. “I don’t march lock step with something or anyone apart from God and the values my mother taught me again in Texas.”
“So if a president does nice issues I can acknowledge that irrespective of his social gathering,” he famous. “I’ve voted for candidates from each events and I’m a registered unbiased.”
In response to the newspaper, “No Protected Areas” explores the suppression of free speech, and options commentators Van Jones, Alan Dershowitz, Ben Shapiro, Jordan Peterson, Dave Rubin, Cornel West, together with “Final Man Standing” star Tim Allen, amongst others.