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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Film Haunts 'The Exorcist: Believer' To Change Premiere Date

Taylor Swift Eras Tour film haunts The Exorcist: Believer, putting out the next part a week early. The "Karma" singer announced on social media Thursday that her Eras Tour movie will come out in theaters on Oct. 13, which was the planned date for "The Exorcist: Believer."

Author:Alex Mercer
Reviewer:Nathanial Blackwood
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Taylor Swift Eras Tour film hauntsThe Exorcist: Believer, putting out the next part a week early. The "Karma" singer announced on social media Thursday that her Eras Tour movie will come out in theaters on Oct. 13, which was the planned date for "The Exorcist: Believer."
But one of the makers of the "Exorcist" sequel, Jason Blum, said the scary movie would come out on Oct. 6, a week earlier than its original Oct. 19 date. This was after "Exorswift" memes were made about the concert film's pre-sales at AMC, which were said to have topped $10 million.
Let everyone know that 2023 is the Swifties' year. Fans of the well-known pop star have been going to her Eras Tour since March. On the first day of sales, more than 2.4 million tickets were sold, which caused Ticketmaster's website to crash from all the traffic. So far, the current tour has made $1 billion in sales, which is a record. This makes it a possible contender for the highest-grossing tour of all time, and it even caused an earthquake-like event called the "Swift Quake."
Taylor Swift wearing a purple dress and black boots
Taylor Swift wearing a purple dress and black boots
When was the last time you had to wait 20 minutes to get into a movie? If you're a fan of Taylor Swift, that would be today, when the mad rush to see her just-announced Eras tour live film started. Let's face it. It's time to call 2023 what it really is: the year Taylor Swift took over the world.
After taking over the live music business, the 33-year-old pop star is now helping the movie theater business, which has been hurt by the coronavirus and people's streaming habits, get back on its feet.
Swift announced Thursday on social media that "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour" will be shown in theaters on October 13. This made fans rush to buy $19.89 tickets at the AMC Theatre site, which led to wait times similar to those at Ticketmaster. Michael O'Leary, president and CEO of the National Association of Theatre Owners, says:
The only place where you can replicate the global excitement of Taylor Swift?s live concerts is inside a movie theater with immersive, state-of-the-art projection and sound alongside a vocal crowd of passionate fans.- Michael O'Leary
The Exorcist: Believer, the second movie in the series of sequels to The Exorcist, was originally set to come out on October 13. Since Taylor Swift's Eras Tour film will also be opening on the same day, the film's opening date was moved up by a week. Jason Blum, who started the independent horror production business Blumhouse, wrote on Twitter on August 31.
Look what you made me do.The Exorcist: Believer moves to 10/6/23. #TaylorWins.- Jason Blum
It was a smart move since the Eras Tour live film had already sold $26 million worth of tickets before it even came out. It was a new record for the most tickets preordered in one day, beating the previous record holder, "Spider-Man: No Way Home," by almost $10 million. AMC said that the record was held by "Spider-Man," which came out in 2021 and sold $16.9 million worth of tickets on the first day. But Swift's Eras Tour movie "shattered" that record in just under three hours.
The next "Exorcist" movie will be the sixth in the series. It will be a direct sequel to the 1973 movie "The Exorcist," which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Ellen Burstyn is back as Chris MacNeil, whose daughter Regan was possessed by a ghost in the first movie. "The Exorcist: Believer" takes place 50 years after those events. Leslie Odom Jr. plays Victor Fielding, the father of two girls who are possessed by demons. He goes to MacNeil for help.
When rapper Moneybagg Yo heard that Taylor Swift would release new versions of her album "Midnights" on May 26, he moved the release date of his project "Hard to Love" back. The rapper said in a video that was shared on social media.
Y'all be patient with me, man. Let Taylor have this shit.- Moneybagg Yo

Final Words

NBC Newssaid that after Swift announced that she was making a movie, fans had to endure "wait times and lags" to buy tickets on AMC Theatres' app and website. The tour started in March and will last until the end of next year. It is estimated to bring in more than $1 billion. Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore, told the outlet.
It would be unwise to underestimate the power of Taylor Swift to draw legions of Swifties to the multiplex, but the release [could] also could draw new fans looking to get in on the Eras Tour experience. This could propel an unprecedented opening weekend that could perhaps top $100 million.- Paul Dergarabedian
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