Taylor Swift has announced that her “The Eras Tour” will hit theaters. The pop star released a film detailing her tour on October 13. Premiere on those dates will be in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
“The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful and thrilling experience of my life so far and I am pleased to announce that it will hit the big screens very soon,” the singer said on social media.
AMC, America’s main cinema chain, which is already selling tickets, said it had to update its systems to “manage a flow five times greater than normal sales”.
The success in sales shows that the decision of the film team “The Exorcist: The Devotee” to move forward with the release of the feature makes sense.
The sequel to the horror classic hits theaters scheduled for October 13, but following Taylor’s announcement, the film’s producer, Jason Blum, said that date would be pushed back a week.
“Look what you made me do (look what you made me do),” Jason joked in a Twitter post using the name of one of Taylor’s songs.
As well as announcing that her new date would be October 6, she explained her decision: “Taylor wins”.
Earlier this year, ticket distribution company Ticketmaster ran into trouble selling tickets to Swift’s popular tour and had to appear before the US Congress to answer allegations of anti-competitive practices.
Swift, 33, ended her world tour with shows in the United States and Mexico. In November, he departs for Argentina and then arrives in Brazil, before heading to Europe, Asia and Australia. The script ends in November 2024 in Canada.
With 146 tickets sold out, the singer is expected to raise US$1 billion (roughly R$4.95 billion, at current prices).
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