“The Eras Tour,” the film featuring singer Taylor Swift in concert, was originally scheduled to be shown in the United States, Mexico and Canada, but will now be available in theaters in more than 100 countries, starting Oct. 13
“The Eras Tour,” the film showing Taylor Swift in concert on her most recent tour, will be screened in more than 100 countries starting October 13. The singer took to her Instagram account to share the poster for the film, and wrote the following message, “The tour isn’t the only thing we’re taking around the world…….. 🌎 Very excited to inform you that the concert film ‘The Eras Tour’ will officially hit theaters WORLDWIDE on October 13!”
Originally the film – directed by Sam Wrench – would be shown only in the U.S., Mexico and Canada, but many theater operating companies were interested in screening the film, which will be released a month before Swift performs in concert in Argentina and Brazil.
Despite its length of 2 hours and 45 minutes, “The Eras Tour” is shaping up to be a huge hit in the U.S., and during its first weekend it could gross over $100 million dollars. Additionally, on October 27 Taylor will release 1989 (Taylor’s version), which features the songs from the album she recorded in 2014, but in revamped versions, as well as unreleased tracks and artwork completely different from the original cover.