A feature-length movie will be helmed by pop superstar Taylor Swift, according to reports in US media on Friday.
According to Variety and other sources, the singer-songwriter behind hits like “Shake It Off” has penned a story that Searchlight Pictures will produce.
According to David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield, presidents of Searchlight, Taylor Swift is a once-in-a-generation artist and storyteller.
“Working with her as she begins this exciting and novel creative path is a genuine delight and privilege.”
Information regarding the film, such as its narrative and characters, was not made public.
The 15-minute short film “All Too Well,” which served as the music video for the song she re-recorded and expanded in 2012, was written and directed by the American superstar last year. She also has behind-the-scenes credits on numerous other of her music videos.
One of the most popular musicians in recent years is Swift.
When tickets went on sale last month for her impending “Eras” tour, demand was so high that Ticketmaster’s servers failed.
Swift, who has 11 Grammys overall, is the first solo artist to take up two best direction prizes at the MTV Music Video Awards.
“Midnights,” her tenth studio album, was released in October to positive reviews.