Starting October 13, fans around the world can watch “The Eras Tour Concert Film.” And they did it collectively. The film contains footage from her concerts in Los Angeles and grossed an estimated $95 to $97 million (about 90 to 92 million euros) in the United States alone. According to AMC Theaters Distribution, this makes it the highest-grossing concert film in history. Justin Bieber finished the opening weekend of “Never Say Never” in 2011 with $73 million (about €69 million).
In addition, the film also received a rating of 100% on the Tomatometer of the popular movie site Rotten Tomatoes. Matthew Belloni, who was the first to learn about the deal between Swift and AMC (the world’s largest movie theater chain), said: “This is a huge win for Taylor Swift and her family.” “By making a direct deal with AMC Entertainment rather than traditional movie studios, who will then distribute the film, it represents a huge financial gain,” he added.
Movie theaters even agreed to the proposed prices presented to them by Swift. Tickets are sold for around €18.89 for adults and €12.50 for children.
look. Premiere of Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour concert film
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