Swifties all over the world, unite! The concert movie of Taylor Swift’s wildly popular world tour, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Concert Film, will soon be released in theatres all around the world. It was confirmed on Tuesday that the movie would open in theatres in more than 100 nations, with the majority of them doing so on October 13.
Swift stated on Instagram that “the tour isn’t the only thing we’re taking worldwide.” “The Eras Tour concert film is now officially coming to theatres WORLDWIDE on Oct. 13,” the message reads. The majority of the participating sites will start selling tickets on September 26 for foreign destinations outside of North America.
Eras Tour Concert Film Coming Globally
Eras Tour’s foreign distribution is being handled by AMC Theatres, which is also the country’s distributor for the movie. Working with operators of more than 7,500 theatres worldwide, AMC and its partners are trying to come to agreements with them.
In the United States, Canada, and Mexico, the Eras Tour is already planned to appear in more than 4,000 movie theatres. Every Odeon Cinemas site in Europe will show the movie, according to AMC. In due course, further information about the places will be made public.
Eras Tour’s early North American box office tracking data indicates that it will debut to a whopping $75 million. More optimistic observers predict that the opening weekend figures will exceed $100 million with a maximum of $125 million.
Box Office Record Breaking
Eras Tour has a good possibility of shattering all box office records for concert films. Thanks to a global release that is built on top of the early North American tracking data. Swift’s movie was on course to earn the most money ever for a concert film in its opening weekend even without the overseas markets. In terms of domestic sales, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2011). Now holds the record with a $73 million lifetime total, without accounting for inflation. For a total global revenue of $99 million, it also made an additional $26 million abroad. This Is It, a documentary/concert film about Michael Jackson. Made $72.1 million in North America and $181.9 million worldwide in 2009.