The movie of Taylor Swift ‘The Eras Tour’which follows the singer’s journey on her eponymous tour, surpassed $250 million at the international box office this Monday, specialized media in the United States reported.
The film produced by the 33-year-old singer ranks at number 19 among the highest-grossing releases of the year worldwide. A list led by ‘Barbie’, with more than 1,441 million dollars, ‘The Super Mario Bros. Movie’, with more than 1,361 million dollars, and ‘Oppenheimer’, with more than 950 million dollars.
This is one more achievement for the singer whose film marked a milestone in terms of grossing since the announcement of the film’s screenings in movie theaters.
‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’ earned up to $100 million in pre-sales, becoming the highest-grossing concert film in US history, ahead of ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’, of 2011, which reached 73 million dollars.
This same Monday, the singer announced that her almost three-hour long film will hit streaming platforms with an extended version that will include songs like ‘Wildest Dreams’, ‘The Archer’ and ‘Long Live’.
The film will be released on demand on December 13 as part of its 34th birthday, on platforms such as Apple TV, Vudu, Prime Video, Xfinity, Google Play and YouTube in the United States and Canada, and some countries soon to be announced.
The singer-songwriter of hits like ‘Blank Space’ recently finished her tour of Latin America and will continue her performances in February 2024.
Swift has concerts scheduled in Spain, Japan, Australia, Singapore and France, among others, and so far the last announced date of the tour that celebrates her musical career is scheduled for December 8, 2024 in Vancouver, Canada.
With information from EFE
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