The pop icon shares new black-and-white footage from her new project with photographer Steven Klein featuring a possible new song.
Following the release of the first two trailers last June and July, respectively, pop music superstar Madonna unveils the third official trailer of her hash-tagged collaboration with famed New York-based photographer Steven Klein. And like the first two trailers, the almost one-minute visuals features black-and-white footage that reveal just as few information about the project as the first two clips did in the past.
The 55-year-old entertainer considerably has more screen time in this latest trailer as compared to the previous ones. She is shown in a black trench coat, sporting golden blonde locks, clasping the bars she was put behind of as a reportedly new song plays in the background.
Images of the heavily-barb wired facility are scarcely interspersed within the Material Girl's zooming shot, ending with some familiar violent scenes first featured in the sophomore trailer of a handcuffed woman being dragged by guards along the prison halls before finally putting her away, face-down, in her cell. An updated "#secretprojectrevolution" title and the date September 24, 2013, which in all likelihood could be the big premiere of the project were likewise flashed.
Three trailers into the said project, nothing much has been revealed about Madonna and Klein's new team-up. Judging from Klein's previous work for Madonna resulting in visuals for her Re-Invention, Celebration and Sticky & Sweet tours, "#secretprojectrevolution", may well be another tour DVD.
Madonna's "#secretprojectrevolution" trailer No. 3: