Taylor Swift in ‘The Giver’

+ everything you need to know about the new arrested development season.

The Giver trailer gave us a second-long peek at Taylor Swift, in all her brunette glory. Now, a special clip shows Swift as Rosemary, the piano playing "Receiver of Memory." Watch below and let us know if you're convinced. (Vulture)

Your prayers have finally been answered--because Arrested Development is officially coming back for a fifth season! The news was confirmed by Will Arnett and Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, but the only catch? It probably won't happen for a while. Apparently Mitch Hurwitz, the show's creator and executive producer, hasn't pitched an idea for the season yet and the earliest the cast could come together to film is during next summer's hiatus. But don't worry, Hurwitz, we'll still wait. (Deadline)

Lizzy Caplan is set to join Sony Picture's untitled Christmas Eve comedy. The film, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen, and Anthony Mackie, is about three best friends that meet in New York City to continue their tradition of going out on Christmas Eve. Caplan will play Gordon-Levitt's love interest, so get excited. (EW)

After spending the past week editing the music video for "Go," her recent single with Blood Diamonds, Grimes has finally finished her visual masterpiece--or so it would seem, based upon the screenshot teasers she released of the vid. Click through to take a look. (Stereogum)

We're still, um, processing the first look into Lifetime's Saved by the Bell: The Unauthorized Story and we're sure you are, too. So it's only appropriate that the worldwide web spread that confusion by revisiting the original series on Teens React. If you haven't caught the web series before, they basically show teens '80s and '90s phenomenons for the first time. For their latest episode, they enlisted Game of Thrones' Arya—we mean Maisie Williams. Watch her hilarious reactions below. (BuzzFeed)

Want to watch Jessie Ware perform acoustic versions of "Tough Love" and "Wildest Moments"? We thought you would. So we posted Ware's radio interview/acoustic performance with Lauren Laverne's BBC Radio 6 below. (Pitchfork)