The new version of Taylor Swift’s hit album Red is finally here, and she came up with the perfect way to put it on the map. She promoted its release by dropping a short film inspired by the fan-favorite song “All Too Well”, starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien.
Since its release in 2012, “All Too Well” became one of Swift’s most beloved songs, but its original version was much longer than the one we got to hear back then. The singer admitted she initially recorded a 10-minute “rant” and had to cut it short so she could fit it on the album, and her fans were asking for the extended version ever since.
Their prayers have finally been answered, and Swift went so far as to release a short film that perfectly captures the song’s emotional lyrics. It stars Sadie Sink and Dylan O’Brien, who were always her first choice for these roles, and the singer told ET she’s proud of their “electric” performances.
“They just gave everything and I trusted them so much because I watched everything they’ve done. I’ve been a fan of theirs for ages, and so I knew—I had a feeling, if you put these two people in a room and you trust their instincts, magical things could happen,” said Swift.