So Many Easter Eggs in Taylor Swift's I CAN SEE YOU Music Video - Taylor Lautner, 1989 TV - Decoded!Jul 09, 2023
Alright, Taylor Lautner to Joey King, let's break down all the fun Easter
eggsin Taylor Swift's latest
videofor I Can See You, so if these Lisa here and Taylor Swift really went and did the damn thing this weekend, talk now. Taylor version release date. Not only on his live tour did he sing Long Live, my favorite song on his Speak Now Koi Fish guitar that he borrowed from the Country Music Hall of Fame, but he also premiered his
videofor the vault track from I Can See You That. stars Taylor Lautner, Joey King and Presley Cash and he even brought them all on stage for his secret singalong session, it was all about talking now where he played Never Grow Up and when Emma falls in love like the first night of Kansas City on the period tour.
You really won, but you're not here to hear me talk about Taylor. You're here for the Easter
eggsand references in the I Can See You music video so let's get into it because of course it's full of a lot of Easter eggs and It references now the stars of the music video like I said Joey King and Presley Cash, who starred in Taylor's music video, so to speak, a long time ago and it starts with Taylor Lautner, who you probably know who is from Twilight, but obviously Lautner. her co-star was Taylor Swift and on Valentine's Day they dated briefly and she's probably one of the only people who got an apology song from Taylor Swift with Back to December and people seem to think that this song, I can see, was written about Taylor Lautner as Well in the past mainly because of the quote lyrics and we kept everything professional but something has changed now the whole premise of the video is a heist to rescue Speak Now Taylor from The Vault and you know Taylor says it's all re-recorded . bonus tracks from From the Vault tracks now, once again, Taylor wrote and directed this music video and said on Instagram that she wrote this video treatment over a year ago and said: "I really wanted to symbolically play what it feels like for me to have fans." helping me get my music back, so yes, Taylor Presley and Joey represent us fans in this video, but now I'm finally getting to the real Easter eggs, let's start from the beginning of the music video and delve into the visuals now that it's over. filmed the music video. in Liverpool in locations that were also recently used in Robert Patton from the Batman movie we now see the on-screen date as July 9 at 1 38am. m. now July 9 is a reference to the lyrics and the last kiss, but instead of using the time 158 um it says 138, now I guess maybe it's just because the heist takes, you know, 20 minutes to rescue Taylor .
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As Joey gets out of the van, we get a close-up of Taylor's mouth, which some people think looks a bit like the 1999 album cover or the Style music video, but again there are close-ups of the mouth and Taylor's red lips in the "What You Made Me Make Me Do" video when she's on the phone, so is it a reference to one or the other or maybe? We both see Presley as the woman in a chair, the brains of the operation, she has three stars on her cheek that represent that they are rescuing Taylor's third album. Speak Now Too Presley was dressed like a star in the evil music video.
Presley also looks bleached blonde. hair, dark makeup and thick rings that give a great reputation. Vibrations now on the van's surveillance cameras. There is a row at the top that has the same thing. It's very hard to understand what that is at some angles. Maybe it looks like some hearts, but the color there is blue, so a whole row of blue video screens with the same thing gives a kind of
1989vibe. Now I know some people thought that zero five two two two zero whatever let it be the number that is on the team. was significant but you'll see that number change throughout the video so I personally don't think there's any deeper reunion now when Joey tries to hit the trainer he's shocked like Electric Touch which is the Vault track he talks about now Taylor's version.
Then a purple light comes from inside the door and purple is obviously the color associated with this album and you'll see it a lot in this video. We then see Taylor locked in her Vault with the lyrics written on her arm like she used to do when she was on tour back in the day and it's the lyrics to Long Live. She has now worn
manygold dresses over the years, but this is the same gold dress and black boots combo that she wore in the talk now and also complete with the 13 on it. hand and curly hair, it also looks like she has painted her nails that look black like her reputation, but the color grading and lighting of the scene make it hard to tell exactly because sometimes you know that blue also looks black now on the walls.
I see a lot of tally marks now. I'm not going to sit down and count each of these tally marks and I doubt they'll show you a full shot of each wall so you can get an accurate count, but I'm assuming they are The tally marks represent obviously because when you're trapped in a cell or whatever, you'll usually keep track of days, maybe it's how
manydays from when Speak Now originally came out on October 25, 2010 to July 7, 2023, which would be like 4,638 days or something like that. I Googled it, but the other option here is that maybe it's the number of days since your Masters was sold and you lost ownership, which was in 2019.
Now, like I said, purple is very much a theme. throughout this video and it's The color of the lasers that Joey fights his way through now looks like a badass here and it's pretty standard for any Heist scene to have a scene like this where you go in and out of the lasers, but the speedsters have discovered that he remembers a lot. from a skit Taylor did when she played the iHeart Radio Music Festival in 2014 in September in support of the album
1989. Also, the way Joey blows the dust is very similar to Taylor in that skit and Selena in the music video for Bad Blood, Joey then. he walks into a room with tons of instruments from Taylor's vintage costumes and other talk-now-era stuff.
Now I'm not going to go into each one one by one because there are a lot of costumes and things in here, but some of the things you'll see see include talking out loud tour costumes obviously the balcony with which she floated over the sky you know love story that was also in the Bejeweled music video we have the dress and the piano from the Return to December tour the red guitar that appears in the live shot in the talk now on CD and live DVD is the pink dress with the blue belt from the cover of Speak Now when it was released as a single, as well as the white ruffled dress from the bad music video and the cover, Now We Could Go On Here Forever, but I'll spare you that.
I'm sure someone has a breakdown of everything, but I'll also show some here on the screen, but the way these sets and things are shown in these cases is very similar to the pictures you have. You'll see on stage currently during the Eras tour when Taylor performs Look What You Made Me Do Joy King then goes by the dress she wore in the bad music video and there's a photo of her and Taylor on the case and you'll also see a banjo that doesn't it's exactly like the one in the bad music video, but it looks pretty similar, as Joey ends up using it as a weapon and smashing it.
I doubt they wanted the real one there, now we see that Taylor is locked up. this Vault now the whole Vault thing is giving look what you made me do Vibes obviously and she's there with her new photo to talk now the version of Taylor that's the only thing that's there with her now there's five guys that end up running towards Joey and Taylor Lautner and Taylor's fifth album is 1989. Now this whole fight scene just gives Bad Blood Vibes, especially with the briefcase being used as a weapon, now Taylor Lautner can show off his martial arts skills because that's really it one of the main ones.
What you know about him besides acting is that he practices martial arts, including using a bow stick, but the main thing that reminds people of him using this bow stick is his SNL monologue when he showed what he would do to Kanye after the infamous VMAs. moment to protect Taylor now I will say that I think there are some sets in this place that are not from the talk now era and that represent other albums that have yet to release their versions of correct me if I'm wrong here, but You can see one in the background here that reminds me of the debut album and it's the hoodie and jeans that remind me of Taylor's iconic performance I should have said no ACM.
I really feel like I need them to release this video in 8k so I can zoom in and clearly identify each set here because there have to be others here that may not be the era to talk about now, but let's move on from there after defeating the bad guys. Lautner and Joey head to the Vault where we see Taylor put it up. Listen to The Vault to hear them, you know, this is giving me 1989 vibes when she used to do this move here and yes, I know this is very over the top and it's just me filming this very late at night.
It's crazy, but then we have Taylor Lautner putting the three explosives in the Vault and now there are three for Speed and they even glow purple. I saw some people mention that when Joey lights the torch it's blue for 1989, but that's the way fire is. unfortunately, and the hottest fire is blue and that's what comes out naturally, like blowtorches and stuff, so I don't think it's really one, but going back to what I mentioned, the Vault gives people the view of what what you made me do It vibes good the way Joey is on top, opening the Vault, it looks a lot like what Taylor did in that music video here now, while the flame of the blowtorch is blue, it couldn't be helped, maybe this is a little more believable because when they blow up the door. the Vault and Taylor emerges from there, there he ends up turning blue, perhaps hinting that 1989 is now the next one trapped in the vault to emerge now as our Trio Escape, we see that all the things from the talking era are now destroyed and the only thing to distinguish it is Taylor and the new version of talk now, obviously, plus the other two people, so there's no more stolen talk now, then they jump into the van or should I say, step away from the car as they cross a bridge and you'll see.
On that bridge is a sign that says 1-9-8-9 TV, hinting that Taylor's 1989 version will be the next release people have been thinking about for a while and is lately backed up by the image she posted for July 4. You know, the Polaroids at the 4th of July party, um, but we also crossed a bridge. Now people have been saying that they think maybe that looks like New York in the back, but they filmed this in Liverpool, so I don't. I know we'll see, but maybe he's welcome to New York Vibes, but I also like that he's crossing a bridge because we know Taylor is the queen of riding bridges.
There's another Taylor music video that ends with her running away on a getaway. car that is Wildest Dreams from 1989, which may also be a wild coincidence, but yeah, another music video packed with Taylor Swift Easter eggs and references. I don't know if it's as many as the previous videos lately, but it's still a good amount and those are some of the things that I see that some of you saw and that I saw online, but I have to know what you think is coming next. Reputation from 1989. I think you know where my ship is going for this one, but I feel like it's been. making fun of them equally well I don't know, let me know all your thoughts below, although what do you think will be next, what do you think of this.
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