Tim McGraw and Faith Hill joined Hollywood stars Billy Bob Thornton, Dennis Quaid and Jason Patric at San Antonio’s Majestic Theater Saturday (March 27) for the premiere of The Alamo. The country stars were invited by Thornton, who is currently working with McGraw on another film, Friday Night Lights. At the invitation-only after-party held on the grounds of the Alamo, McGraw told CMT News he enjoyed the film and Thornton’s performance as Davy Crockett, but he’s not sure he would have been as brave as the men in the legendary battle. “Those people who stayed there [in the Alamo] knew they were going to die,” he said. “I’m not sure I would have stuck around.” Thornton, who played drums at the Alamo party with Asleep at the Wheel, told CMT News he and McGraw have been playing each other song demos during their downtime on the Friday Night Lights set.