Fans will get an early glimpse at the Anthony Mandler-directed clip when a 30-second teaser airs on "Good Morning America" before the full video hits the show's website at 8:30 a.m. ET. The premiere date, March 13, is worth noting too. Swift has always shared how 13 is her lucky number, and this is no coincidence. On Monday (March 11), the singer confirmed it and reminded Swifties that her Red Tour also kicks off that day.
Shortly after the shoot, she tweeted, "Leaving LA now after the best day with my friends. Almost forgot it was a video shoot. Can't wait for you guys to see it."
This isn't her first collaboration with Mandler. He captured a darker side of the fair-haired singer in her "I Knew You Were Trouble" video, which dropped late last year.
"I think that the Rihannas, the Beyoncés, the Jay-Zs, they're always willing to tear things down and re-create themselves," Mandler told MTV News about working with her on that other clip back in December.
"[And what] I'm hoping is that this is the first moment in a new chapter for Taylor, that this is a left turn on her path that will lead to new and different things ... it will give her the confidence and power to do different things, to be able to broaden and take her fanbase on a journey that's unexpected. And that is, to me, what prolongs people's careers."
Source - MTV