Swift donated all of her proceeds from the video to wild animal conservation efforts through the African Parks Foundation of America (which is also read in the video's closing). Swift bekam die Idee zu dem Video durch ein Buch von Ava Gardner und Peter Evans, The Secret Conversations. Gefilmt wurde in Afrika und Kalifornien. 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Nach der Veröffentlichung als Single kletterte es auf Platz 5 der Hot 100 und ist damit der fünfte Hit in Folge aus dem Album, der es in die Top 10 schaffte.  "Wildest Dreams" has been described as a dream pop, soft rock, electropop and synth-pop power ballad by critics. "[...] We don't totally blame Taylor Swift, but the people behind the video should have done a little more research.  She performed the song a capella at the second show in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania when the levitating basket cage used for the "Delicate" performance malfunctioned. Taylor Swift: Wildest Dreams (Video 2015) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. This FAQ is empty. 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Wildest Dreams is the ninth solo studio album by Tina Turner, released on Parlophone/Virgin in 1996 earning double platinum certifications in the United Kingdom and in Europe. As of June 2020 the video has received over 700 million views on YouTube. Reviewers compared the song to the works of Lana Del Rey, noting a particular resemblance to Del Rey's "Without You. Finn and Kingsley are shown having a love affair, but after a fight on set the romance ends and the video cuts to the Wildest Dreams premiere, where Finn sees her co-star, Kingsley, with his wife. Club said that "Swift even takes her voice down a few notches, sounding a bit more like the brusque Del Rey than her chipper self. A woman starts dating a man who betrays her.  Jem Aswad of Billboard had a mixed reception about the Lana Del Rey similarities, saying that "it's hard to tell if the song is homage or parody.". The album includes the song "GoldenEye", the theme to the James Bond film of the same name.