“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” distributed by AMC Theaters, took in an estimated $31 million for the Friday-through-Sunday interval, business watcher Exhibitor Relations mentioned Sunday.
Taylor Swift’s concert film, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” had a massive opening weekend in North America, earning between $95 million and $97 million. This makes it the biggest opening for a concert film of all time. The film, which was distributed directly by Swift through a deal with AMC
This weekend, two major names in pop culture, Martin Scorsese and Taylor Swift, are facing off at the box office. Scorsese’s film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” had a preview and earned $2.6 million, while Swift’s concert movie, “Eras Tour,” earned $5.9 million. “Eras Tour” is expected to top the
That pushed the two-week home complete for the movie, which incorporates scenes from three of the pop celebrity’s concert events, to $129.8 million. It’s now the one live performance movie ever to prime the field workplace for 2 straight weekends, Selection reported.
Meantime, Scorsese’s new movie had a powerful debut — notably given its three and a half hour runtime, its upcoming launch on streamer Apple TV+, and the shortcoming of stars Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio to market it because the actors strike continues — taking in $23 million.
“Opinions and viewers scores are excellent,” mentioned analyst David A. Gross of Franchise Leisure Analysis. With a slew of award nominations anticipated for the director and forged (additionally together with Jesse Plemons and Lily Gladstone), “the image is about up for a powerful run,” Gross added.
“Flower Moon” tells the true story of the murders of Native People in Oklahoma early within the final century by evildoers after their oil rights.
In third spot for the weekend, down from second, was Common’s horror movie “Exorcist: The Believer,” at $5.6 million. Leslie Odom Jr. and Ann Dowd star on this scary sequel to the 1973 unique.
Fourth place went to Paramount’s family-friendly animation “Paw Patrol: The Mighty Film,” at $4.5 million. Taraji P. Henson, Chris Rock, Serena Williams and McKenna Grace voice the super-pups.
And in fifth was Disney’s re-release of 1993 basic “The Nightmare Earlier than Christmas,” at $4.1 million. Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon and Catherine O’Hara star in Tim Burton’s darkish stop-motion fantasy.
Rounding out the highest 10 have been:
“Noticed X” ($3.6 million)
“The Creator” ($2.6 million)
“A Haunting in Venice” ($1.1 million)
“The Blind” ($1 million)
“The Nun II” ($887,000)