The ‘Reputation’ track has been re-recorded for the ‘Wilderness teaser‘, an upcoming psychological thriller starring Jena Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen, with a debut release on a global scale scheduled for September 15th.
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The re-recorded track from Taylor Swift’s Reputation album will serve as the opening song for the upcoming psychological thriller, starring Jena Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen. It’s set to make its global debut on September 15th.
In the series, Liv (Coleman) and Will (Jackson-Cohen) live an idyllic life, transitioning from their provincial home to New York, embodying a picture-perfect life where they can embrace their glamorous new existence.
However, Liv “turns into an actress enacting the nightmares of Will’s dreams,” according to Prime Video. The song “Look What You Made Me Do” plays in a scene where the British couple’s holidays – a proposed road trip across America via its epic national parks – turn into something Liv had dreamt about since childhood, now becoming a nightmare, especially when she discovers that Will is having an affair with a woman named Kaira (Ashley Benson).
This revelation twists Liv’s dream into something even more distorted: an envisioned revenge taken through the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, and Las Vegas. While Will sees the holidays as an opportunity for improvement, for Liv, the vast open spaces of America provide the perfect backdrop for her frustration – a series of scenes where accidents are always around the corner.
From heartbreak to anger and a tale of transformation, “Wilderness” teaser – aided by Swift’s 2017 hit – promises an intense, explosive relationship drama where audiences stand on the edge of their seats, and Will is on the edge of a precipice.
A Dark Twist: Liv’s Transformation and Revenge in ‘Wilderness Teaser’
Based on B.E. Jones’ novel, “Wilderness,” created by Marnie Dickens, directed by Young Kim, and executive produced by Elizabeth Kilgarriff. The series also features Erik Balfour, Cleare Rashbrook, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Morgan Van Pibbles, Jonathan Keltz, and Talia Balsam.