Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ Concert Movie Passes 0 Million in Worldwide Grosses

Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour’ Concert Movie Passes $250 Million in Worldwide Grosses

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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert movie has crossed the $250 million mark in worldwide ticket sales according to distributor AMC Theatres. The Hollywood Reporter said those impressive numbers mean the three-hour-plus musical extravaganza that has found Swifties singing and dancing in the aisles across the planet ranks among the top 20 biggest films of the year.

And, as previously reported, it cements Swift’s film as the highest-grossing concert movie of all time.

The Eras Tour movie wrapped up the Thanksgiving weekend with a total of $178.2 million in grosses in North America to date, as well as $71.8 million overseas. The concert film is currently at No. 19 on the global chart of top-grossing films of 2023, just behind The Nun II ($268 million), and at No. 11 domestically, behind the controversial anti-human trafficking film Sound of Freedom ($184.2 million) and John Wick: Chapter Four ($187.1 million).

The Eras Tour movie will be back in theaters this Thursday (Nov. 30). On Monday (Nov. 27), the singer announced that she will celebrate her upcoming 34th birthday by bringing the film to at-home on-demand. Swifties will also get some bonus content for their home viewing, as the epic chronicle of the singer’s career-retrospective tour will hit home screens in an expanded version featuring three songs not featured in theaters: “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live.”

The movie will be available to rent on-demand in the U.S., Canada and additional countries that will be announced soon on Dec. 13. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour opened in October with more than $92.8 million in grosses, instantly becoming the top-grossing concert film in history after just one weekend.

Swift just wrapped a South American run of Eras shows and will take some time off from the road before returning on Feb. 7 for a run of four shows at the Tokyo Dome in Japan before moving on to Australia.

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