Out of nowhere, Taylor Swift teased a bit of her new "Wildest Dreams" music video.
Much like the release of the "Bad Blood" music video debuting at the Billboard Music Awards to astounding numbers, Taylor Swift promises to share her "Wildest Dreams" visual at the VMA's pre-show on Aug. 30. She posted a bit of it on her social media, saying "Wildest Dreams music video preview. VMA night. Get ready."
The shots showed in the 15-second clip show a bunch of random images similar to the "Style" music video with Swift getting close to an unidentified male co-star.
We did some background sleuthing based on the images presented in the quick preview and found a few interesting things. The clapper board with 'Wildest Dreams' written on it also says the video was filmed on 2 August, 1950. Wut? In addition, there's a quick glimpse of an old fashioned plane flying through the sky. Finally, the director's name on the clapper board is G. Musterhausen. Google results show Musterhausen was a director who worked on several popular films in the 50s and 60s, and died in mysterious circumstances in the 1980s. This info comes from a biography about the director written by...Joseph Khan. AKA the director of Blank Space, Bad Blood and every Britney video you ever loved. Looks like we're in for an eerie old-fashioned mystery/romance thriller!