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Taylor Swift Joins David O. Russell New Movie

After participating in “Cats”, the singer has joined the film, still untitled, which has signed other stars. So far it is not known which character he will play.

Taylor Swift has already found her new project as an actress after participating in the unique “Cats”. The singer has joined David O. Russell’s upcoming feature film, a still untitled film that has already signed other stars such as Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek, Zoe Saldana, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert De Niro and Chris Rock.

As Showbiz 411 points out, at the moment it is not known which character the singer will play in the film directed by the director of titles such as “The good side of things”, “The Fighter” or “The great American scam.” The publication notes that the film will be “a period project set in the Great Depression.”

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The cast will be completed by Michael Shannon, Timothy Olyphant, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts and Alessandro Nivola. New Regency’s Arnon Milchan will produce the film alongside Matthew Budman and Anthony Katagas. 20th Century Studios has yet to announce a release date for the film, which will be the director’s first since the release of “Joy” in 2015.

Swift made her acting debut in 2009 on an episode of “CSI.” In 2010 she played Felicia in Valentine’s Stories, appeared in an episode of “New Girl 2” and played Rosemary in The Giver. Fans last saw her on the big screen in “Cats,” a musical directed by Tom Hooper and released in 2019.

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The star has also worked as a voice actress on “Lorax”: In Search of the Lost Trupula, as well as starring in a documentary, Miss Americana, for Netflix. In addition, 2020 was a great year musically for Swift, who released two studio albums, titled “Folklore” and “Evermore.”