Taylor Swift could turn this folklore track into a movie starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively

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  • Taylor Swift loves the idea of turning her track, the last great american dynasty, into a movie.
  • A fan on Twitter suggested that the track would make a great film, and should star Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
  • "I LOVE THIS," Taylor wrote in response.

Taylor Swift could be considering turning one of the songs from her folklore album into a movie after a fan suggested it.

The best part? It would star Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds and Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson as the main characters. 

The idea came about when a fan suggested that Taylor's track, the last great american dynasty, would make a great film. "The story is timeless yet unique, the music would be exquisite, and it already has the perfect title," @TSlifestyle13 wrote. 

The song includes characters of Rebekah, Bill and a neighbour whose name is not mentioned. 

"As for the cast: Blake Lively (Rebekah), Ryan Reynolds (Bill), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (neighbor)," the fan continued.

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson was quick to respond, saying that he would definitely be available, while Ryan Reynolds added: "But Bill's heart...?"

As for Taylor, she seemed on board with the idea. "Not trying to be The Loudest Woman This Town Has Ever Seen but... I LOVE THIS," the singer wrote.

Listen to the last great american dynasty here:

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