Swifties rejoiced after Taylor Swift on Friday announced she will be releasing a short film alongside her rerecorded album next week.
Swift shared a clip on social media of a car driving down a road surrounded by trees, announcing “All Too Well The Short Film.” It’s set to star Swift alongside actors Sadie Sink (“Stranger Things”) and Dylan O’Brien (“Maze Runner,” “Teen Wolf”). Swift also wrote and directed the film, according to the announcement.
“November 12. Remember it,” Swift tweeted, with what appears to be a reference to the lyric “I remember it all too well” from her fan-favorite song “All Too Well.”
The Grammy Award-winning artist will also release the rerecorded version of her 2012 album “Red,” dubbed “Red (Taylor’s Version),” on Nov. 12. In April, she released “Fearless (Taylor’s Version),” a rerecorded iteration of her 2008 album “Fearless.”
Fans of Swift celebrated the announcement of the short film on social media.
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After a public battle with music exec Scooter Braun, who purchases the masters to six of Swift’s albums in 2019, the musician revealed that she would rerecord the albums. She told Robin Roberts that year on “Good Morning America” that she is “very excited” about recording the albums “all over again.”
“Red (Taylor’s Version)” is set to contain 30 tracks, including songs from the originally released album, new “from the vault tracks,” a highly-anticipated 10-minute version of her song “All Too Well” and more.
She revealed earlier this year that several collaborators will be joining her on the album, including musicians Chris Stapleton and Pheobe Bridgers.