Everything we know about Taylor Swift’s first feature film (so far)

Taylor Swift: Miss Americana on Netflix, photo courtesy Netflix
Taylor Swift: Miss Americana on Netflix, photo courtesy Netflix /
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It seems like Taylor Swift‘s All Too Well: The Short Film was only a warm up for bigger things to come as the singer-songwriter is ready to tackle the world of film next.

Deadline broke the news, Taylor Swift is set to make her feature directorial debut with Searchlight Pictures. The company shared that they are happy and excited to work on Swift’s original script. “Taylor is a once in a generation artist and storyteller,” David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield, Searchlight Presidents, said to the source. We have to agree. Swift’s music has always painted a vivid picture in our minds.

At the 2022 VMA Awards, Taylor Swift took home not one, but two Direction awards for her directorial work on The Man and All Too Well: The Short Film. The latter which recently screened at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival.

Everything we know about Taylor Swift’s upcoming movie

Now, the new about Taylor Swift’s upcoming movie is fresh, released on the morning of Dec. 9, so there are not any details about the feature just yet. However, knowing Swift’s work, we’re betting it will be a romantic feature. Perhaps a forbidden love with a happy ending? Or love and loss? We can’t wait to find out more.

Another thing we are all curious to learn is who will join the cast. Fans are hoping Swift’s longtime love Joe Alwyn (Conversations with Friends) will be part of it, but I think that is highly unlikely.

Finally, will the movie premiere in theaters or be given a streaming release? This is a Searchlight Pictures feature, a company owned by Disney. That said, whether it goes straight to streaming or not, the movie will eventually end up streaming on Hulu.

Keep this page bookmarked as we’ll be updating it with updates as they surface! In the meantime, stream Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Midnights.”

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