Here's what Jake Gyllenhaal apparently thinks of Taylor Swift's 'All Too Well'

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By now, you are probably acutely aware of all the drama surrounding Taylor Swift's newly released extended version of 'All Too Well'. The drama, the theories, the scarf, we've been analysing it all for days. Well, apparently we're not the only ones. Here's what Jake Gyllenhaal reportedly thinks about the song centred around his brief relationship with Taylor Swift. Yikes.

When the break-up track was first released back in 2012, it was thought to be about Taylor's brief three month relationship with Gyllenhaal, which ended a few months before the release of her album Red in 2012, where 'All Too Well' first features.

Following Taylor's fall-out with music producer Scooter Braun, the singer re-recorded a 10-minute version of the single with revised lyrics and a new 15-minute long video featuring Stranger Things star Sadie Sink and Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien, meaning that the whole drama has resurfaced.

The song contains some pretty scathing lyrics about the subject: "I'll get older but your lovers stay my age" and "You said if we had been closer in age maybe it would have been fine / and that made me want to die." So it stands to reason that Gyllenhaal might have some thoughts about the drama that now surrounds him.

However, according to a source he isn't massively here for it. "Jake has no interest in any of it," the source told E! News. "He doesn't read gossip or pay any attention to that... He's living his life and focused on himself. He's ignoring all of the noise."

Guess now would be a bad time to ask about the scarf, then?

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