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Taylor Swift

And So It Begins

Katie Holmes, Possibly Taylor Swift Join the Cast of The Giver

Soon, Lois Lowry‘s beloved novel The Giver will join the ranks of young adult books that have made it to the big screen. Come on, you know you’ve been waiting for this since you were twelve and checked it out of the school library. It’s one of the classic dystopias for young readers, with its creepy community of too-perfect people who see everything in black and white (literally).


My Precious!

Gollum Expresses His Inner Turmoil to the Music of Taylor Swift [VIDEO]

Ian James Walters, a.k.a. “That dude who sings songs as Gollum,” tackles Taylor Swift with a Middle Earth version of “I Knew You Were Trouble.” This time, with production value!

Previously in Singing Gollum

(via: BuzzFeed)


The Final Frontier

Monday Cute: Taylor Swift Sings About Tribbles (Sort Of)

Josh Millard wrote a version of Taylor Swift‘s “Trouble” to retell the classic Star Trek episode “The Trouble With Tribbles.” And it counts as a Monday Cute because Tribbles. Which are cute.

(If you’d like to hear the song this is based on, in the interest of seeking out new life and civilizations, it’s right here.)

(via io9.)

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Annie Leibovitz Shoots Taylor Swift As Rapunzel For Disney Parks Campaign

Photographer Annie Leibovitz has been doing a series of portraits depicting Hollywood names as famous Disney characters. In the past she’s shot Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella, Rachel Weisz as Snow White, Jessica Biel as Pocahontas, and Queen Latifah as Ursula. The latest is pop-star Taylor Swift as Rapunzel. What do you think? The ad will appear in upcoming issues of Vanity Fair, InStyle, and People magazines.

(via USA Today)

Previously in Disney