Taylor Swift Dons Strapless Blue ODLR Gown at Eras Tour Movie Premiere – WWD

Taylor Swift Dons Strapless Blue ODLR Gown at Eras Tour Movie Premiere – WWD

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Taylor Swift is in her Hollywood star era. The singer attended the highly anticipated premiere of “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” film, a visual rendering of her latest record-breaking stadium tour, at The Grove in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Swift walked on the red carpet in a light blue Oscar de la Renta dress.

Taylor Swift at “The Eras Tour” concert film premiere in Los Angeles.

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The strapless gown featured floral embroidery with cutouts. The look reminded her fans of one of Swift’s dresses in her “Karma” music video, release in 2022. When the video came out, fans noticed a few signs nodding to her “1989” album, which is the next in line to be re-released by the singer.

Taylor Swift at “The Eras Tour” concert film premiere in Los Angeles.

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Swift also included lyrics of “1989” in an announcement made minutes before she hit the red carpet. “Look what you genuinely made me do: Due to unprecedented demand we’re opening up early access showings of The Eras Tour Concert Film on Thursday in America and Canada!! As in… TOMORROW. We’re also adding additional showtimes Friday and throughout the weekend. All tickets will be available by 10am tomorrow morning. And it’ll be showing starting Friday in 90 countries all over the world. I can’t thank you enough for wanting to see this film that so vividly captures my favorite adventure I’ve ever been a part of: The Eras Tour. And the best part is, it’s an adventure we’re still on together,” Swift wrote on Instagram.

Taylor Swift at “The Eras Tour” concert film premiere in Los Angeles.

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“The Eras Tour” concert film is being released by AMC Theatres. As of last Thursday, the production had surpassed $100 million in advance ticket sales worldwide, entering theaters as the highest-grossing concert film in history — “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” which garnered $99 million in advance ticket sales worldwide in 2011, is now the second in the list. 

Thanks to the presale tickets, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” is already one of 2023’s highest-grossing movies. The film is reportedly estimated to generate up to $125 million from approximately 3,850 theaters in North America and add $30 million to $50 million from 4,150 venues internationally. 

Taylor Swift at “The Eras Tour” concert film premiere in Los Angeles.

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Swift received a SAG-AFTRA interim agreement to promote “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.” The agreement is given to non-AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers) productions that meet the same standards the unions are seeking in their negotiations with the studios. 

“The Eras Tour” began on March 17 in Glendale, Arizona and it has since traveled through the U.S. and Mexico. In August, Swift added 15 new dates in the U.S., bringing her total shows to 146 across five continents. The tour, which features a set list of 44 songs divided into 10 eras of her career, is currently on pause and set to resume on Nov. 9 in Buenos Aires. According to Billboard, the tour is set to make more than $1 billion in ticket sales, surpassing Elton John‘s record of $853 million with “Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour.”

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” concert film world premiere in Los Angeles.

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While on vacation from her tour, Swift has been enjoying her free time with family and friends. The singer made headlines on Sept. 24 after accepting Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce’s public invitation to watch him play against the Chicago Bears. On Oct. 1, she cheered on Kelce once again, this time accompanied by her friends Sophie Turner and Blake Lively. The singer has also been named one of the most popular Halloween costume inspirations for this year. 

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” concert film world premiere in Los Angeles.

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After its first weekend, “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” film will be only shown from Thursday through Sunday for the following three weekends in selected movie theaters worldwide.

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