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Taylor Swift’s ‘The Eras Tour’ goes global with theatrical release of concert film.

Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated concert film, “The Eras Tour,” is set to receive a global release. Originally scheduled to debut in theaters across the US, Canada, and Mexico on October 13, the movie will now also open simultaneously at select locations throughout Europe. AMC Entertainment, which will distribute the film in the US, aims to reach agreements with movie theater operators representing over 7,500 cinemas globally. Tickets for international locations, excluding North America, will go on sale starting Tuesday. The film’s announcement last month resulted in record-breaking first-day ticket sales of $26 million for AMC, surpassing the previous record held by “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”

Taylor Swift’s successful transition into the film industry follows her Eras Tour, which brought her concerts to stadiums nationwide and contributed to the growth of local economies. With expectations of surpassing $100 million in its opening weekend, the release of “The Eras Tour” film is expected to provide a significant boost to the North American box office, which still lags behind pre-pandemic levels despite the releases of blockbuster movies like “Barbie” and “The Super Mario Bros. Movie.”

In an Instagram announcement, Taylor Swift expressed her excitement for the global release of the concert film, emphasizing that it will reach audiences worldwide. As the film expands its reach beyond North America, fans around the world can now experience the electrifying performances and spectacle of the Eras Tour on the big screen. The simultaneous release of the film in over 100 countries, starting from October 13, further solidifies Taylor Swift’s global popularity and fan base.

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