Taylor Swift's film The Eras Tour sweeps the box office

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Taylor Swift’s film The Eras Tour sweeps the box office

Predictions come true: Taylor Swift reigns supreme in movie theaters this weekend. Released on October 13 around the world, The Eras Tour film shows the three hours of concert that the artist gave in Los Angeles last August. Her success has been such that only a few days have been enough for her to become the highest grossing film in history in her genre.

In reality, he only had to wait for its first weekend to make the record official, since the film raised more than 100 million dollars with just pre-sales. The total figure after its release has risen to 130 million, almost 100 in North America.

In this way, The Eras Tour dethrones Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never movie, which managed to raise $41 million in North America during its premiere in 2011. Justin Bieber ended its run in theaters with a total collection of $138 million worldwide, which Taylor Swift surpasses in just its first week in theaters.

The artist has also managed to dominate at the Spanish box office, being number 1 this weekend in our country and raising more than a million euros. Taylor Swift has managed to fill the rooms with spectators who danced and sang as if it were the concert itself.

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