Taylor Swift is directing her debut feature-length feature for Searchlight Pictures

Taylor Swift will make her directorial debut in a new film for Searchlight Pictures.

The ‘Love Story’ artist wrote an original screenplay, details of which are currently unknown.

The singer-songwriter previously directed acclaimed music videos for her songs “All Too Well” and “The Man,” winning both MTV VMAs. All too good: the short film is also eligible for an Oscar for Best Short Film.

Searchlight Pictures is the company behind award-winning films such as nomadic country, Black Swan and Slumdog Millionaire.

In a speech at the Toronto Film Festival earlier this year, Swift expressed her desire to do a film.

“I’d like to keep taking small steps forward,” she said. “And I think I’ve gotten to a point now where the next small step isn’t a small step anymore. It would be the obligation to make a film.

She continued, “I feel like I’d just absolutely love it if the right opportunity came along because I just absolutely, absolutely love telling stories this way.”

The singer will make her directorial debut for her first feature film

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“Taylor is a one-of-a-kind artist and storyteller. It is a real pleasure and privilege to work with her as she embarks on this exciting and new creative journey,” said David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield, presidents of Searchlight, per The guard.

Swift is an 11-time Grammy winner and the only artist to have won Album of the Year three times. Swift was released in October midnighther 10th studio album.

As an actor, Swift recently appeared in David O. Russells Amsterdam and also played The Giver, cats and valentines day.

She also recently announced her first all-stadium tour since 2018, which will begin next year.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Swift’s fans are suing Ticketmaster over the presale ticket fiasco for their Eras Tour.

Pre-sale tickets for the North American leg of the 32-year-old singer’s 2023 tour were released last month. However, the event site Ticketmaster crashed and many fans took to social media to express their disappointment.

Shortly after the pre-sales started, tickets started popping up on resale sites for as much as $22,000 (£18,500).

“It’s really amazing that 2.4 million people got tickets, but it really annoys me that many of them feel like they went through multiple bear attacks to get them,” the singer wrote on Instagram Stories.

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