The film will accompany the re-release of Swift’s Grammy-winning album, Red.
The holiday blues is almost here, and Taylor Swift is already stretching – as part of the re-release of her multi-awarded 2012 album, Red, the country singer is set to debut a short film tied to the 10-minute ballad from the same album, “All Too Well,” written and directed by Swift herself.
Swift also shared on Friday morning a 30-second preview of the short film, which features a car speeding through an autumn landscape. Stranger Things’ Sadie Sink and The Maze Runner’s Dylan O’Brien is set to appear alongside Swift in the 13-minute long short film.
The song is part of Red (Taylor’s Version), a re-release of Swift’s Grammy-winning album that also includes 29 other vault tracks that were originally slated to be part of the album.
Last September, Swift surprised fans by revealing the other featured artists who will have parts on a handful of tracks. She also shared that the release date of Red (Taylor’s Version) has been bumped up by a week from its scheduled drop on November 19.
Phoebe Bridgers will duet with the country icon on “Nothing New;” Chris Stapleton will have a part on “I Bet You Think of Me;” and Ed Sheeran will do double-duty by singing with Swift in both “Everything has Changed” and “Run.”
Red (Taylor’s Version) is the second album that the songstress has revisited following last April’s Fearless (Taylor’s Version).