Taylor Swift, Ryan Reynolds, and More Share Their Reactions After Fan Suggests Film Adaption of ‘folklore’ Song

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In a Twitter interaction on Friday, Ryan Reynolds and Taylor Swift teased fans with the endorsement of a film adaption of Swift’s song “the last great american dynasty.” 

The conversation was sparked by a fan tweet stating that the song would make an “incredible movie.” The fan also cast Reynolds as Bill, Blake Lively as the protagonist Rebekah, and Modern Family alumn Jesse Tyler Ferguson as the neighbor whose dog gets dyed key lime green. Ferguson was quick to reply, tagging Reynolds, Lively, and Swift with a simple, “Ok I’m avail for this.”

Reynolds had a hilarious response to Ferguson’s tweet, referring to the line “the doctor had told him to settle down/It must have been her fault his heart gave out,” from the song.

Swift joined the conversation, citing her support for a film adaption of the movie, writing, “not trying to be The Loudest Woman This Town Has Ever Seen but… I LOVE THIS.” Soon after, Lively responded to the celebrity-filled thread, making another reference to the song.

In response to Swift’s tweet, model Gigi Hadid, who has been vocal about her love for the story of Rebekah Harkness, added a simple, “same.” To read the full Twitter thread, click here.

We aren’t exactly sure if we will ever see “the last great american dynasty” on the big screen, but if it ever happens, we will be first in line to get tickets. You can listen to Swift’s full folklore album here.