‘The Art of Racing in the Rain’: Kevin Costner to Voice Enzo the Dog

Kevin Costner as Al Harrison in Hidden Figures/Fox 2000

It looks like The Art of Racing in the Rain is about to land its most valuable character – the voice of man’s best friend. The Hollywood Reporter exclusively revealed today that Fox 2000 is close to booking Kevin Coster to lend his voice to Enzo, the film’s narrator, who also happens to be a dog.

The film, which is currently set to star This Is Us’ Milo Ventimiglia, is based on Garth Stein’s novel of the same name and is told through the perspective of a family dog named Enzo who looks back on his life and the lessons he’s learned from his professional race car-driver owner named Denny (Ventimiglia). The movie will be directed by  Goodbye Christopher Robin’s Simon Curtin.

Costner is known for some great film work including The Bodyguard, Hidden Figures, Field of Dreams, and Dances with Wolves for which he won an Oscar. He will be appearing on the small screen soon with the upcoming Netflix film The Highwaymen, starring alongside Woody Harrelson and Kathy Bates, as well as Paramount Network’s new western series Yellowstone.

Source: THR