Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert movie is set to make its global debut on October 13, with a special premiere in Hollywood scheduled for October 11. The film is already drawing significant attention, with pre-sales of tickets surpassing $100 million worldwide. Analysts predict the movie will garner an additional $100 to $125 million in North America alone.
Major cinema chains, including AMC Theatres, are participating in the movie’s release. Working alongside distribution allies such as Variance Films, Trafalgar Releasing, Cinepolis, and Cineplex, AMC Theatres plans to showcase the film in about 100 nations. In the United States, 4,000 AMC locations will present the film, highlighting premium viewing experiences like Imax and Dolby Cinema due to high demand.
Audiences have been quick to reserve their seats, ensuring they can enjoy the film during its initial weekend release and in the weekends that follow. Screenings are planned from Thursday to Sunday, with all AMC Theatres in the U.S. offering a 6 p.m. showing on October 13. Furthermore, the movie will be accessible at Cinemark and Regal Cinemas in the United States, Cineplex in Canada, and Cinepolis in Mexico.
The movie, premiering in Los Angeles, documents Taylor Swift’s extraordinary tour, which kicked off in Arizona in March. It showcases Swift performing 44 of her hits, with various well-known guests making appearances during the shows. The tour has been a magnet for her international fan base, setting new standards for both audience turnout and revenue generated. Source