Taylor Swift’s concert film, “The Eras Tour,” has been acquired by Disney for digital streaming in a deal worth a whopping $75 million. Both Swift’s tour and its concert film of the same name have been massive hits worldwide. Now, Swifties are eagerly awaiting its digital streaming release.
Read ahead to know more about Disney wins the rights to stream the concert film, The Eras Tour of Taylor Swift.
Taylor Swift’s concert film, The Eras Tour
Singer Taylor Swift has been driving her fans wild ever since she kicked off her “The Eras Tour,” which is still ongoing. Meanwhile, she also treated Swifties to a concert film based on the same tour, which gained considerable popularity upon its theatrical release.
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Her concert film, “The Eras Tour,” has been prompting her fans to desire its streaming on digital platforms as well. Bids have been made by various streaming giants like Netflix, Universal, and others. But here’s who won the bid.
Disney wins the streaming rights for concert film The Eras Tour of Taylor Swift
In the race to secure the streaming rights for Taylor Swift’s concert film, “The Eras Tour,” Disney has outbid other streaming giants. Disney sealed the deal for streaming “The Eras Tour” for $75 million. Additionally, Disney Plus will soon be streaming the film as well.
Swifties have long awaited the digital release of the concert film, which is finally happening now that Disney has acquired the streaming rights for it. You can catch the film on Disney Plus starting March 15th this year. Additionally, it will have a longer runtime than its theatrical release.
Disney paid $75 million for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour film to stream on Disney+, Puck reports. pic.twitter.com/mzQ5GOIir4— Pop Base (@PopBase) February 9, 2024Advertisement
Taylor Swift and her anticipated directorial debut
Given the success of Taylor Swift’s concert film “The Eras Tour” during its theatrical release, there has been speculation about Taylor Swift making her directorial debut soon as well. In fact, Matt Belloni of Puck has reported that Taylor is keenly looking forward to doing so.
Not to be overlooked, Taylor Swift is not new to directorial roles, having already directed about 18 music videos of her own. Hence, fans believe Taylor Swift may soon deliver some big hits as a director. Swift is also expected to return to attend the Super Bowl 2024 after her performances.