Hollywood Roundup: Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ concert film to premiere on Disney+; Dwayne Johnson begins shoot of ‘Young Rock’; ‘The 355’ release pushed to 2022

The Hollywood film industry is keeping their fans engaged with new film announcements, shoots and gossip. Here is top news of today that are making headlines.

Taylor Swift announces Folklore concert film on Disney+ to premiere tonight

Taylor Swift just announced a Folklore concert film will be dropping on Disney+ at midnight PST tonight, giving us our first glimpse at the singer performing her eighth album live. The film will show Taylor performing all the songs from Folklore in order and she will also revealing the stories and secrets behind all 17 songs. Taylor shared the news on Twitter and released a trailer that also shows her collaborators Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner meeting up for the first time as a group. Her tweet lit up the internet.

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Dwayne Johnson begins shoot on ‘Young Rock’, a series based on his life


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Dwayne Johnson has started shooting for the upcoming NBC series based on his life titled Young Rock. Taking to Instagram, the actor shared a picture of himself with the series creator Nahnatchka Khan. The two are seen in a discussion holding possibly scripts in their hands.

‘The 355’ film’s release date pushed to 2022

Universal’s The 355, a female-led heist thriller starring a stellar ensemble cast including Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penelope Cruz, Fan Bingbing and Diane Kruger has pushed its release by a year. The film was previously set to open on January 15, 2021 but will now debut on January 14, 2022. The film has been directed by Simon Kinberg. The script has been written by Theresa Rebeck.

(Source: Instagram/Twitter/Variety)