From the looks of the (very brief) teaser, "Wildest Dreams" will feature some epic close-ups, a hot and heavy romance, and a safari. According to clues from the video's clapboard, "Wildest Dreams" is set in the year 1950 and was directed by G. Mustarhausen -- an alias of Swift's frequent collaborator Joseph Kahn.
Not to brag or anything, but ET got intimate with Eastwood back in February while he was promoting his leading man debut, The Longest Ride. At the time, Eastwood told us that he thought Swift was "cool." See the interview in the video below.
Swift is up for a whopping nine moonmen at the VMAs this year, including Video of the Year for her star-studded "Bad Blood" -- but she'll have to beat Beyonce, Ed Sheeran, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, and her "Bad Blood" collaborator Kendrick Lamar to win it. Do you think she can nab the night's top prize? Sound off in the comments below.