Daisy Edgar-Jones has described as “bonkers” that Taylor Swift recorded a song for her forthcoming film.
The 24-year-old stars in Where The Crawdads Sing, adapted from the book by Delia Owens, as a resourceful young girl who grows up in a North Carolina marsh.
Swift wrote and recorded the song Carolina for the film and it will reportedly play over the end credits.
Speaking to Elle UK, Edgar-Jones, who starred in TV hit romantic drama Normal People, said: “If I’d told my younger self that Taylor Swift would do a song for something I’m in… bonkers.”
Where The Crawdads Sing is co-produced by Reese Witherspoon through her production company Hello Sunshine.
Edgar-Jones said of the Hollywood star: “I grew up watching Reese so it was a big moment.
“She has such an amazing eye for complicated characters and stories that are predominantly female-led.”
Reflecting on the range of roles she wants to pursue, she added: “The actors I really admire, like Tilda Swindon, always seem to make the unexpected choices.”
Edgar-Jones also spoke about her Normal People co-star Paul Mescal’s new moustache, which he debuted in May at the Cannes Film Festival.
“Oh, I love it,” she said. “Paul can pull off anything.”
Where The Crawdads Sing follows the story of Kya, a young girl who lives alone in the marshes of North Carolina and becomes enveloped in a local murder mystery.
It will be released in the UK on July 22.
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