After conquering the stage with her successful tour, “The Eras Tour,” Taylor Swift is preparing to make history on the big screen. The singer announced with the distributor AMC that the film of her tour will be released worldwide on October 13, an event that promises to become one of the cinematic milestones of the year.
Initially scheduled for release in the United States on October 13, the film will be available in theaters around the world, including the Odeon chain, which has a presence in France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, and Germany, AMC announced in a statement.
The announcement thrilled Swift, who shared the news on her Instagram account, where she expressed her excitement about bringing her concert film to global audiences.
The concert film, which set US pre-sales records by grossing $37 million in a single day when it was first announced, has the potential to surpass $100 million in its first weekend of screening in North America.
Jeff Bock, an analyst at Exhibitor Relations, anticipated that it could become the highest-grossing film of the fall season, an astonishing achievement for Swift.
The singer, who is taking a break from her world tour that began in March and will resume in November, could be the first to reach the symbolic mark of $1 billion in tour revenue, according to some analysts.
As Swift continues to conquer the stage and the big screen, her personal life is also in the spotlight, with rumors surrounding her possible relationship with American football player Travis Kelce keeping her fans and followers excited and intrigued.