The concert video "Eras Tour" by Taylor Swift is now available in theaters worldwide.
In addition to North America, the film will open in over 100 foreign markets.Swifties worldwide unite!
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, the concert film of her massive global tour, is going global. The picture will open in more than 100 countries worldwide on Oct. 13, along with North America, it was announced Tuesday.
“The tour isn't the only thing we're taking worldwide,” Swift posted on Instagram. “So excited to announce that The Eras Tour concert film is coming to theaters worldwide on Oct 13!”Most participating locations will sell international tickets on Sept. 26.
Eras Tour is distributed internationally by AMC Theatres, which is releasing it in the U.S.
Via Variance Releasing. The AMC and its partners are negotiating with movie theater operators representing over 7,500 cinemas worldwide.
More than 4,000 U.S., Canadian, and Mexican movie theaters will show Eras Tour. AMC has confirmed that all European Odeon Cinemas will show the film. Locations will be announced later.
Early North American box office tracking data for Eras Tour shows a $75 million opening weekend, with some bullish pundits predicting $100 million or $125 million.
With a global rollout and early North American tracking statistics, Eras Tour could break all concert film box office records. In its first weekend, Swift's film was on course to become the highest-grossing concert film ever without international markets. To date, Justin Bieber:
Never Say Never (2011) has the domestic record with $73 million, not adjusted for inflation. Another $26 million overseas brought its global total to $99 million.
Michael Jackson's posthumous documentary/concert This Is It grossed $72.1 million in North America and $181.9 million worldwide in 2009.
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