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When three blonde Hollywood bombshells are rumoured to share the big screen, the internet understandably loses their mind

Canterbury Glass

What do you get when you unite some of the biggest stars of the moment and tell the world that they're apparently starring in a film together? Internet chaos, of course. A full Twitter meltdown, naturally. But what else would you expect when you mention the names Margot Robbie, Anya Taylor-Joy and Taylor Swift in one sentence? If you're not yet up to speed, Swift has been rumoured to round out this formidable trio in David O. Russell's upcoming film, Canterbury Glass. And if these whispers turn out to be true, this film will have one of the most star-studded casts in Hollywood history.

As we know, Robbie and Taylor-Joy had already been confirmed to star in the film; working alongside the likes of Christian Bale, John David Washington, Alessandro Nivola, Rami Malek, Michael Shannon, Zoe Saldana, Mike Myers, Chris Rock and Robert De Niro. So, when you add Swift in the mix, you can understand the excitement.

Unfortunately, details on the plotline of the film have still been kept heavily under-wraps; but the one detail we do know is that it is reportedly an American period comedy. Which, makes perfect sense given the cast line-up. Canterbury Glass also marks the first film O. Russell has worked on since his 2015 film Joy starring Jennifer Lawrence. Some fans, however, are intrigued by the fact that Lawrence hasn't been confirmed to make an appearance in his upcoming film; given she starred back-to-back in his last three.

While we wait desperately for more news on O. Russell's film, Canterbury Glass and for Swift to confirm her involvement; we'll be spending our days in a Twitter hole scrolling through the excitement that can only be emulated by Swifties. You're welcome to come along for the ride, below.



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