Taylor Swift will make her sophomore acting appearance in the animated Dr. Seuss movie 'The Lorax,' and now more information has been revealed: It's slated for release on March 2, 2012.

This Seuss starring role comes two years after Swift showed the world she could act in her debut feature film, 'Valentine's Day,' which landed in theaters in February 2010. In 'The Lorax,' the 'Love Story' superstar will maintain the voice of Audrey, a character who falls for the perfect boy, Ted, naturally voiced by Zac Efron.

Swift is up for the fan-voted Entertainer of the Year category at the 2011 Academy of Country Music Awards, in addition to Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year for her wildly successful 2010 release, 'Speak Now.' The ACMs run live from Las Vegas on Sunday, April 3, and will feature all of the biggest names in country music. We'll keep our fingers crossed that in addition to those shiny trophies, Swift might also be in the running for an Oscar for her upcoming role in 'The Lorax.'

The 21-year-old worldwide pop-country icon is currently sharing the music love in the U.K. She is set to return to the states to perform in Nebraska on May 27 and 28 as a part of her Speak Now World Tour, which will draw to a close in Kentucky in October.