“The Eras Tour has been the most electric experience of my life to date,” Swift wrote when announcing her concert film. “I’m happy to tell you that the film will soon be released on the silver screen. ‘The Eras Tour’ costumes, friendship groups, singing and dancing are all encouraged. In March, the American pop star embarked on her first tour in five years, The Eras Tour. A show in which she plays Ma No less than 44 songs during a three-hour-plus set. The singer announced her tour as “a journey through all her musical eras.” She plays songs from all of her albums. The film is scheduled to be released in cinemas in the United States, Canada and Mexico from October 13.
Coincidentally, another movie will be released on that particular day, “The Exorcist: Believer.” Exactly fifty years after The Exorcist (1973) terrorized audiences, part two is just around the corner. The adaptation’s producer, Jason Blum, has just announced that the release date – due to overlap – will be pushed back by a week. The print edition will be on display starting October 6. “Look what you made me do.”Bloom wrote on X (formerly Twitter). An obvious reference to the singer’s song of the same name.
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