Actor Zach Gilford’s recollection of first saying hello to Taylor Swift on the set of her new ‘Ours’ video sounds like a lot of folks’ experiences with meeting the singer: “I just met Taylor this morning for the first time, and she was just super nice. Came in, gave me a hug.”
Rodney Atkins was arrested last month for alleged domestic assault, according to TMZ. Court documents say that his wife, Tammy Atkins, claimed he attempted to smother her with a pillow and grabbed her by the face to throw her down the hallway.
“The inspiration for this video comes from a lot of different times that I’ve tried to do things other than music,” Taylor Swift explains at the start of the latest behind-the-scenes segment from her ‘Ours’ video, seen below. “And, you know, if you get kind of funneled into a job that isn’t what you love doing, you end up like this a lot,” she adds, resting her head on her hand to signify the complete exasperation that comes along with a job that really feels like a job.
When Taylor Swift worked with director Declan Whitebloom on her new ‘Ours’ video, she didn’t spend all of her time in front of the camera. Whitebloom realized that in order to make the video’s home movie clips — scenes of Swift’s character and her love interest that are sprinkled throughout the narrative — more realistic, he’d have to put Swift behind the camera, too.
Video No. 7 of 13 in Taylor Swift‘s behind-the-scenes series of ‘Ours’ is all about the characters. Casting for the ‘Ours’ video happened in Nashville and the surrounding areas, according to director Declan Whitebloom. As previously revealed, Swift specifically asked for actor Zach Gilford to play her love interest, but Whitebloom had his own fun in finding folks for the singer to cast as extras.
The onscreen chemistry between Taylor Swift and actor Zach Gilford’s characters in her new ‘Ours’ video feels natural, and director Declan Whitebloom confirms that in the behind-the-scenes clip below: “He and Taylor got on like a house on fire, which always helps when they’re meant to be a couple. There wasn’t much acting involved.”
The fourth video from Taylor Swift‘s behind the scenes of ‘Ours’ series focuses on one thing: location. The ‘Ours’ video was filmed in the Nashville area — and though it’s only a four-minute long video, Swift and the crew hit an office building, a house, a public bus and even Nashville’s airport to shoot scenes that wound up in the final product. In fact, the singer states that the airport was actually closed for their use.
“The story of this video is the ups and downs of this girl’s day in the life,” Taylor Swift begins in the video below, which is behind-the-scenes clip No. 3 of 13 from her ongoing ‘Ours’ web series. “This girl hates her job. It’s boring, and every single day she doesn’t even know what she’s really doing at this job.”
“This is my second time working with Declan as a director,” Taylor Swift says to start off the second behind-the-scenes webisode of her new ‘Ours’ video. In the first part of the series, Swift briefly introduced the video’s director, Declan Whitebloom, who also directed the video for ‘Mean.’ In this clip, she explains in detail why she’s so comfortable being in cahoots with him.
Taylor Swift premiered her ‘Ours’ video on Friday, Dec. 2, and now she’s sharing a 13-clip series of short videos that will bring fans behind the camera. A new vignette will be available to watch each day, beginning with webisode one below. This first behind-the-scenes glimpse at her ‘Ours’ video shoot pans across the set, showing goofy off-camera moments, interview clips with Swift and a brief introduction to video director Declan Whitebloom.
Loretta Lynn, suffering from the early stages of pneumonia, was hospitalized this weekend and forced to cancel last night’s concert in Ashland, Ky., as previously reported. According to an update posted to Lynn’s official website on Saturday night, the 76-year-old is currently “doing well” but will in fact be canceling tonight’s scheduled concert in Durham, N.C. as well.
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