Celeb Cameos in Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” Music Video

Taylor Swift attends her personal funeral within the “Anti-Hero” music video — and there are some well-known faces within the crowd. Launched on Oct. 21 alongside her total “Midnights” album, the visible consists of an surprising comedy sketch with actors Mike Birbiglia, John Early, and Mary Elizabeth Ellis portraying Swift’s sons and daughter-in-law, respectively.

The cheesy trio hilariously squabble over her will, which leaves them simply 13 cents every, and throw fingers with different blond-haired relations as present-day Swift peeks out from her casket to absorb the chaos. When the two-minute scene concludes and the music picks again up, three totally different variations of Swift swig wine on a rooftop collectively earlier than the display fades to black.

After the video dropped, Swift posted a number of behind-the-scenes photographs from the shoot on Instagram, together with a funeral-home image along with her fictional youngsters. She captioned it: “The Anti-Hero video is HERE, which I wrote and directed. Watch my nightmare eventualities and intrusive ideas play out in actual time, with some assist from the superb @birbigs, @bejohnce, and @maryelizabethellis who fabulously painting… prepare for it… my grown sons and daughter in legislation?” She additionally included a shout-out to her “unimaginable” director of pictures, Rina Yang, who beforehand directed the “All Too Nicely” brief movie.

Birbiglia, Early, and Ellis are the primary of many stars set to look in music movies for Swift’s tenth studio album. In a teaser trailer launched on Oct. 20, the singer shared the names of different celebrities who will make cameos, together with songwriter Jack Antonoff, all three Haim sisters, mannequin Laith Ashley, “Massive Little Lies” star Laura Dern, British make-up artist Pat McGrath, and burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese.

Learn forward to take a look at the primary spherical of cameos and to refresh your reminiscence on Birbiglia, Early, and Ellis’s previous tasks.

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