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The Eras Tour: Taylor Swift’s Concert Film Hits Theaters on the Same Day as Exorcist Franchise – A Potential Wild Movie Double Feature

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Exciting Movie Double Feature: Taylor Swift’s Concert Film and the Next “Exorcist” Installment

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Introduction

Get ready for a mind-blowing movie experience! Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” concert film is hitting theaters on Friday, Oct. 13. Coincidentally, this is also the release date for the next installment of the “Exorcist” horror franchise. It’s a potential double feature that fans won’t want to miss, and we’re calling it Exorswift!

Movie Clash

Earlier this summer, Warner Bros. Discovery’s “Barbie” and Universal’s “Oppenheimer” both premiered on the same day, creating a cultural event and resulting in massive box office sales. Now, we wonder if the combination of pop star royalty like Taylor Swift and the supernatural horror of “Exorcist” can achieve similar success.

Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” Concert Film

Swift’s concert film captures the electrifying experience of her immensely popular tour, which has already generated millions of dollars in revenue. In fact, it was on track to reach a record-breaking $1 billion in sales earlier this summer.

The film will be shown in all AMC Theatres locations in North America, with at least four showtimes per day on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. This release is highly anticipated by the fans, as the tour’s first leg in the U.S. shattered concert sales records, attracting over 3 million attendees.

The Next “Exorcist” Installment: “The Exorcist: Believer”

Produced by horror film studio Blumhouse, “The Exorcist: Believer” takes place 50 years after the original film. The Universal-distributed movie features talented actors Leslie Odom Jr., known for his role in “Hamilton,” and Ellen Burstyn, who starred in the 1973 demonic possession classic.

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