During a stop at the Toronto Film Festival, Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, SAG-AFTRA national executive director and negotiator, unveiled the concert film Taylor Swift: All Ages Tour The company, which is slated to open for $70 million to $100 million, has a tentative deal with SAG-AFTRA.
Indiewire’s Anne Thompson, who moderated the discussion, asked Crabtree-Ireland if she should be worried about this new hit that’s booming at the box office.
He had a very polite answer:
“Taylor and his team came to us. “I could only do it right,” he said. “We look forward to everyone stopping by.”
As Deadline reported, when AMC releases Taylor Swift’s film in theaters on October 13; She’s not on tour. Therefore, it wouldn’t be surprising to see PR work in his name around the time the photo surfaced.
We hear pre-sales for Taylor Swift’s concert film are currently over $50 million and it’s in the top three circles, according to box office sources. AMC has not officially announced this number.
Many films have deviated from the theatrical release schedule by treating Taylor Swift’s concert film as a Marvel Tornado. One of the big changes in support came from Universal’s decision and exorcist The reboot, originally scheduled to open on October 13th, will now take place on October 6th.
Nowadays the A24 is widespread Priscilla It was moved from October 27th to November 3rd, the “final” weekend of the Taylor Swift concert. “Finally” because the word is there and the stage chains can play it longer.