Dwight Yoakam, Tim McGraw team up in Xmas comedy
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Dwight Yoakam, Tim McGraw team up in Xmas comedy

Monday, December 17, 2007 – Tim McGraw and Dwight Yoakam will team up in a romantic comedy with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn in "Four Christmases."

Jon Favreau and McGraw will play Dallas and Denver respectively, two bullying siblings who enjoy taking advantage of their brother, Brad (Vaughn), during the holidays.

Yoakam has the role of Pastor Phil, the partner of Brad's new wife Kate's (Witherspoon) mother (Mary Steenburgen).

Sissy Spacek, Kristin Chenoweth and Robert Duvall also star in film for director Seth Gordon, slated for release during the 2008 holiday season.

Yoakam and McGraw both have acting experience.

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