Full-time pop star, part-time actress Taylor Swift will lend her speaking voice (and possibly her singing one) to "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax," a Universal and Illumination Entertainment computer-animated family flick based on the elementary school required reading of the same name.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Swift is the latest addition to a voice roster that includes Danny Devito, Ed Helms, Rob Riggle, Betty White and male teen heartthrob, Zac Efron.
The previous film starring Swift, "Valentine's Day," was a box office bust. However, a children's animated film based on a known commodity and buttressed by big name celebrities is the closest Hollywood has to an alchemic recipe.
In case your kindergarten teacher or grandparents didn't force "The Lorax" upon you at a young age, the story follows the titular Lorax (voiced by Devito) who fights bravely to save his world.
"Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" currently has no release date, though Taylor Swift can be heard blasting from the cars of tweenage girls across the nation.