Is actor Dwayne Johnson a secret Swiftie?
If he is, he might have just outed himself! While promoting his new film, “DC League of Super-Pets,” with his BFF Kevin Hart, he revealed that he’s “pumped to have his “friend” Taylor Swift‘s songs being used in his new movie!
Dwayne Johnson Is ‘Pumped’ To Have Taylor Swift’s Music In His New Movie!
.@KevinHart4Real has problems (being an as*hole).
I don’t think we can solve them…😂
🩸BAD BLOOD (Taylor’s version)
📝 MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE (Taylor’s version)
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) July 28, 2022
Dwayne Johnson has been promoting his latest film, “DC League of Super-Pets,” over the past week and it finally drops tonight! To share his excitement, the “Red Notice” actor tagged his costar and BFF Kevin Hart while teasing the lyrics of the Taylor Swift song, “Bad Blood,” which can be heard below.
In the song, Taylor sings, “Now we got problems / And I don’t think we can solve ’em.”
Johnson mimicked the lyrics, tweeting, “@KevinHart4Real has problems (being an as*hole).
I don’t think we can solve them…” He then added that he is “Pumped to have my friend @TaylorSwift13’s tracks in #DCSuperPets!
He revealed that “Bad Blood (Taylor’s Version)” will be featured in the movie. A small teaser can be heard below, as the full song has not been officially released yet. “Bad Blood” was originally released on her fifth studio album, 1989, which was released in 2014. Although fans have been anxiously awaiting more news to drop about 1989 (Taylor’s Version), the “Love Story” singer has remained coy of when the album will finally be released.
The other version of the song is “Message in a Bottle (Taylor’s Version),” which can be heard in the video below. The song was not featured on her original “Red” album which was released in 2012. This is one of the “From the Vault” tracks that Taylor released in 2021’s “Red (Taylor’s Version)” album, along with the ten-minute version of “All Too Well” and the short film.
Dwayne Johnson and Swifties alike are excited to hear the songs in the movie when it premieres tonight. The “Jungle Cruise” actor topped off the tweet by tagging his production company, Seven Bucks production, and with the hashtag #SwiftRock.
Am I going to take my kids to see this? Of course!
Am I slightly more willing to take them to the movies by myself just so I can hear 2 Taylor Swift songs loud in the theater? Maybe….. #DCSuperPets
— chels 🏼🧩 (@rumorzfrominez) July 28, 2022
Many Swifties were excited by the news. “Am I going to take my kids to see this? Of course!” one fan commented. “Am I slightly more willing to take them to the movies by myself just so I can hear 2 Taylor Swift songs loud in the theater? Maybe….. #DCSuperPets.”
Swifties Are Seeing ‘RED’ After The 2022 MTV VMA Nominations
— Taylor Nation (@taylornation13) July 26, 2022
Swifties were ecstatic to see that Taylor Swift’s short film, “All Too Well,” has been nominated for Video of the Year, Best Longform Video, Best Cinematography, Best Direction, and Best Editing. Fans will be able to vote for Taylor in the first two categories, Video of the Year and Best Longform Video, by clicking here. Voting is openly open through August 19, but fans can vote every day.
The “You Belong With Me” singer is facing some stiff competition in the headlining prize of Video of the Year from her BFF, Ed Sheeran, and from her former flame, Harry Styles, among other talented artists. The Video of the Year nominee list can be seen below:
- Doja Cat – “Woman” – Kemosabe Records / RCA Records
- Drake ft. Future & Young Thug – “Way 2 Sexy” – OVO/Republic
- Ed Sheeran – “Shivers” – Atlantic Records
- Harry Styles – “As It Was“ – Columbia Records
- Lil Nas X, Jack Harlow – “Industry Baby” – Columbia Records
- Olivia Rodrigo – “brutal” – Geffen Records
- Taylor Swift – “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)” – Republic Records
Fans can check out the full fifteen-minute “All Too Well” short film in the video below!