There’s something that Taylor Swift can’t achieve? After breaking sales and attendance records with his The Eras Tour This summer, Swift repeats the feat with her recently announced Eras Tour movie.
During the morning of August 31, 2023, Swift announced that on Friday, October 13 of this yearwill hit theaters a film about his successful tour The Eras Tourwhich just a few days ago finished its first round of dates in North America (United States, Canada and Mexico).
- In November he will continue his tour in South America (Argentina and Brazil) and later he will go to Asia, Oceania and Europe.
Pre-sale began the same day on the websites of the most important chains in the United States, including AMC Theatres –the largest movie chain in the United States and the world– and it is precisely AMC Theaters who announced on September 1 that Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour has BROKEN ALL existing RECORDS in revenue for advance sales (pre-sale) of single-day tickets in the chain, with $26 million dollars in the first 24 hours of sale. The cinema chain has been in existence for 103 years.
The figure exceeds the previous pre-sale record in one day of Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) which amassed $16.9 million in its first 24 hours. What is even more surprising, according to AMC reports, the movie The Eras Tour surpassed the numbers of Spider-Man in its first three hours of sale on Thursday.
- AMC Theaters is the distributor of the film about Swift’s tour.
- The film will be slightly shorter in length than the concert length: 2 hours and 45 minutes for the film, while the concert is 3 hours and 15 minutes.
Ticket prices (in the US) are a nod to Swift’s favorite numbers: $19.89 for adults and $13.13 for children and seniors.
LThe film will be available in the North American territory: United States (AMC Theaters, Cinemark), Canada (Cineplex) and Mexico (Cinépolis), the three countries already visited by Swift’s music tour. Tickets for Canada and Mexico are on pre-sale from this Friday, September 1.