Taylor Swift is also joining the star cast in the new movie…

Taylor Swift joins Matthias Schoenaerts, Robert De Niro, Margot Robbie and many more big names in a new Hollywood movie.
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Matthias Schoenaerts is in high circles for his upcoming Hollywood project. After big names like Robert De Niro, Margot Robbie, and Christian Bale announced they would be playing director David O. Russell’s latest film, singer Taylor Swift has now also joined the cast.

Talk about the star cast. David O. Russell, who has been nominated several times for an Academy Award for directing films such as the fighter On silver linings Playbook, has brought together an impressive array of actors and actresses for his latest full-length work. Anthologies: Robert De Niro, Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, Chris Rock, Rami Malek (Bohemian Rhapsody), Anya Taylor-Joy (Queen’s gambit), Mike Myers (Austin powers) en John David Washington (tenet) on aboard of the plane.

Matthias Schoenaerts (43 years old) also managed to get a role in the film. On talent Schoenaerts already announced earlier this year that he’s a fan. “It’s like messing around with Ronaldinho and Romario. Or drawing with Bacon and Gauguin.” After that, not all roles were divided yet. This week, it was announced that singer Taylor Swift, 31, has joined the cast.

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Swift thrives on music. Last year she was still high with her albums folklore On forever. But she has not had a glorious cinematic career yet. She got her first role from director Garry Marshall in the romantic comedy St. Valentine’s day (2010). He may have brought in the money, but the critics knocked him to the ground. The same goes for a science fiction movie the giver (2014) and a musical adaptation of the film the cats (2019), who could not count on any acclaim anywhere.

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What exactly the O. Russell movie will be is a currently well-kept secret. The story is said to take place in the 1930s, the period of the Great Depression. But it doesn’t work any more than “a doctor and a lawyer make a wonderful bond.” Recordings began this year, but the release date and title remain unknown. The project has already been referred to as Amsterdam On Canterbury glass. I wonder where the movie will eventually happen.

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