Taylor Swift recently shared a video for “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version), premiering the visual during her “Eras Tour” concert in Kansas City.
Swift directed the spy-themed “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version)” video, which imagines Swift’s younger self locked inside of a vault.
Joey King, Presley Cash and Taylor Lautner help break Swift out of the vault.
“I wrote this video treatment over a year ago and really wanted to play out symbolically how it’s felt for me to have the fans helping me reclaim my music,” Swift wrote in a tweet accompanying the video’s release.
“I had my heart set on Joey King, Taylor Lautner and Presley Cash starring in it. Joey and Presley had been in the video for ‘Mean’ when they were 9 and 13 and they are back and so ridiculously bad ass!! Taytay is INCREDIBLE in this (didn’t have a stunt double!) and shout out to [his wife] Tay Lautner for being so awesome to hang with on set. The Tale of 3 Taylors – I always wanted to direct fight scenes/a heist storyline and had the most incredible time plotting this out with my amazing DP Jonathan Sela. So proud of this one,” she added.
King, Lautner, and Cash were on stage on Friday to celebrate the video’s release.
“I respect you so much. Not just for the singer you are, the songwriter, the performer – but truly for the human you are. You are gracious, humble, kind and I’m honored to know you,” Lautner told Swift during a brief speech.
(Photo: Beth Garrabrant)
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