Taylor Swift's re-recording of her 1989 album might be on the horizon.
In a new spot for the DreamWorks Animated film Spirit Untamed, the singer's pop hit "Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)" could be heard playing as it aired during Sunday's Grammy Awards.
The spot highlighted new vocals from Swift, 31, as she was heard singing, "Say you'll remember me" as the story about a girl who meets a kindred spirit in the form of a wild Mustang played out.
On Friday, the singer began trending after she shared a sneak peek at the spot on her Instagram Stories, writing, "Thank you #SpiritUntamed for using Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version) in your new trailer!!"
The movie follows a girl named Lucky Prescott as she moves back in with her father in the sleepy town of Miradero.
There, Lucky meets Spirit, a wild Mustang who shares her independent streak.
The cast includes Isabela Merced — whose music will also be featured in the film — as Lucky, Jake Gyllenhaal as Lucky's father, Jim and Julianne Moore as Lucky's aunt, Cora.
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Marsai Martin, Mckenna Grace, Walton Goggins and Andre Braugher and Eiza González also star in the animated film directed by Elaine Bogan (Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia).
Last month, Swift covertly announced the release date—April 9— of her upcoming album Fearless (Taylor's Version) which will feature 20 songs from her 2008 album Fearless, including six new songs that have never been released.
Spirit Untamed is in theaters on June 4.
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