She loves a British heartthrob – so Victoria Beckham might want to keep a close eye on her man.
Lady gentleman killer Taylor Swift has landed herself a big screen role - appearing alongside former footballer David.
The American singer is the latest big name star to sign-up to director Matthew Vaughn’s huge budget spy caper, The Secret Service, I can reveal.
Taylor, 23, who famously dated 1D star Harry Styles prior to their acrimonious split in February, joins a stellar cast including Colin Firth, Samuel L Jackson and Michael Caine.
Becks, 38, Elton John and Adele have also all been offered cameos.
The movie – with a screenplay by Mrs Jonathan Ross Jane Goldman – is described as a 21st Century 007. The multi-Grammy winner’s character escapes after being kidnapped by a villain, played by Samuel L.
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She begins filming at the end of this year with the film due for release in November 2014.
A production source said: “Filming commences in October and will shoot mainly in London and south of France.
“Matthew looked at a number of actresses to play the part before settling on Taylor – apparently she was a natural on the big screen.
“She’s also someone fresh and unseen in Hollywood terms which was massively appealing.
“She will be required to have some heavy-duty martial arts training in order that her character convincingly kick Samuel L Jackson’s butt.
Adele has also been offered a cameo
“It will be Taylor’s biggest challenge to date but she cannot wait.
“She is also looking forward to working with David Beckham whom she thinks is amazing looking – but taken.”
The Secret Service, based on the Mark Millar comic books, stars Firth and Caine as secret agents battling a variety of villains.
Bridget Jones actor Firth is reported to be playing the uncle of the main character, a young tearaway from the mean streets of London recruited into a British spy school.
Little-known British actor Taron Egerton has been tipped for the role of the young spy after Aaron Taylor-Johnson turned it down.