The upcoming concert film ‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ has broken records with advanced global ticket sales surpassing the $100 million mark before the film opens in over 8,500 theaters worldwide on Oct. 13 across 100 countries. AMC Theatres said that the film is expected to open to $100 million to $125 million in North America.
AMC also said that advance ticket sales in the U.S. market is particularly strong for premium large-screen formats like Imax, Dolby Cinema, Prime at AMC and other premium film venues. AMC Theatres Distribution has lined up screenings in 4,000 movie theaters in North America.
AMC Theatres plans a world-premiere screening in Los Angeles for the Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film Oct. 11. Tickets are available for the opening weekend and subsequent weekends, and the film will play Thursday to Sunday after the first weekend.
Swift’s Eras Tour, which kicked off in March of this year in Arizona, has broken world records in attendance and revenue, with the artist performing a 44-song set list across all of her albums throughout her career.
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