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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film is set to redefine the movie business

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Not just Swifties, even movie theaters cannot wait for the Oct. 13 release of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour. Just for the profits? Think again.

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The film compiles different Swift shows at the SoFi Stadium in Southern California. Advance ticket sales have already crossed $100 million.

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The unique experience for Swifties watching the concert film includes taking selfies, dancing, and sporting friendship bracelets during the show!

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Concert films are not new, but stars Beyoncé and Taylor Swift have made a first-of-their-kind deal directly with AMC Theaters.

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The shows bring hope as theaters have become less popular since studios began to prefer streaming services over movie theaters.

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These concert film deals bypass Hollywood studios, and for now, will be available for the theater-goers first before streaming audiences.

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The Swift and Beyonce shows may signal an evolution as theaters experiment with hosting visual media forms other than films.

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The film will run for 13 weeks following a Los Angeles premiere. Ticket sales are to be split 43% with theaters and 57% between Swift and AMC.

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