Taylor Swift, a pop star known for shattering records, announced on Tuesday her documentary film from her billion-dollar Eras concert tour will be screening worldwide. "The tour isn't the only thing we're taking worldwide ... " the "Anti-Hero" singer wrote on the social media platform Instagram.
"Been so excited to tell you all that The Eras Tour concert film is now officially coming to theatres WORLDWIDE on Oct 13!"
Previously, Swift had said the movie, called "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour," would only be released in North America.
The singer's film provides movie theatre chains such as AMC Entertainment, Cineplex and Cinemark with a high-profile title to help fill gaps caused by the actors' and writers' strikes in Hollywood. Swift's film is expected to collect between $96 million and $145 million at the domestic box office during its opening weekend, according to projections from Box Office Pro.
Demand for the 12-time Grammy winner's "Eras" film rivalled the high interest garnered by large blockbuster franchises, including Walt Disney's Marvel and Star Wars.
Adult tickets for Swift's documentary cost $19.89 each, a nod to Swift's "1989" album. Children's tickets will cost $13.13, a reference to the singer embracing 13 as her lucky number. On Nov. 1, 2022, Swift announced her Eras Tour- 53 shows played in stadiums across the United States. The tour later expanded to include 78 international dates.
Meanwhile, on the personal front, Taylor has the world buzzing about her new romance with NFL star Travis Kelce. The two were spotted leaving the Chiefs' game together, after which, reports state that they had dinner with Travis' teammates at a plush restaurant.
Swift has always been reluctant to discuss her personal life in public, but rumours have been flying about the popstar and the pro football player in recent months — notably after a July episode of Kelce's “New Heights” podcast, when he said he was disappointed that he didn’t get to meet Swift and gift her a friendship bracelet during Kansas City stop on her Eras Tour. In a later appearance on the “The Pat McAfee Show,” Kelce revealed that he invited Swift to watch him play.
Swift is currently on a break from her Eras Tour, which resumes Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.