Prime Video Debuts Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version)” in Teaser Trailer for ‘Wilderness’

Look what he made her do.

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Prime Video surprised the world with the first taste of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version).” This previously unheard re-record of one of the superstar’s biggest hits debuted in the teaser trailer for an upcoming UK Original Thriller titled Wilderness.

The first lines to this powerhouse song can be heard as the trailer starts and lets viewers know exactly what kind of experience Wilderness will be. This psychological thriller follows Liv, played by Jenna Coleman, and her husband Will, played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen. Liv’s life is turned upside down when she finds out Will is having an affair. While processing this life-changing news Liv’s heartache swiftly changes to anger. With her newfound fury, she becomes the actress starring in Will’s bad dreams. Viewers will join the couple on a road trip they have dreamt of taking. Will sees it as a chance to make up for his mistakes, and Liv sees it as the perfect opportunity for an accident. When given the perfect landscape for revenge Liv has a choice to make. Look what he made her do…

Wilderness, based on B.E. Jones’ novel, is a psychological thriller that is run by an amazing female team. This talented group is headed by creator Marnie Dickens, directed by So Yong Kim, and executive-produced by Elizabeth Kilgarriff. “Look What You Made Me Do (Taylor’s Version) “is a great choice for this female-driven team and the perfect soundtrack as we watch this couple’s happily ever after turn into a nightmare.

The trailer containing the song can be viewed below. Wilderness will premiere on Prime Video on September 15. Information on Taylor Swift and her latest re-recorded album, Speak Now, can be found here.

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