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Taylor Swift Gets $75M for Disney+ Exclusive Eras Tour Film Rights

Taylor Swift Pays $75M for Disney+ Exclusive Eras Tour Film Rights

Taylor Swift reportedly received $75 million for the Eras Tour live film exclusive from Disney+

Variety said that the 34-year-old pop diva would receive an eight-figure sum, but the network wouldn’t discuss the streaming contract.

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The movie, which made $261.6 million worldwide and became the highest-grossing concert movie of all time, will be available to watch on Disney+ starting next month.

Additionally, it will have five extra songs that were not present in theaters or earlier internet releases.

The Blank Space singer has made more than $200 million in the movie business in just six months, thanks to her Disney+ pay.

“#TSTheErasTourTaylorsVersion found itself running home to @DisneyPlus,” Taylor Nation said on Thursday on X (which used to be Twitter). “Beginning March 15, you can watch the full concert film for the first time ever, from the start to the finish of the show. This includes “Cardigan” and 4 more songs from the acoustic section!”

Disney CEO Bob Iger termed the performance “a true phenomenon” that continually surprises people worldwide.

‘The Eras Tour’ remains a global smash. We’re excited to stream this thrilling concert exclusively on Disney+.

The three Los Angeles shows filmed at SoFi Stadium may have used rejected songs.

Along with the Haim sisters’ I Can See You, You Are in Love and Death by a Thousand Cuts, No Body, No Crime is one of the candidates.

Golden Globes for Cinematic and Box Office Achievement included the picture.

“I’m excited to let you know that starting on her birthday, December 13, the extended version of the movie, which includes Wildest Dreams, The Archer, and Long Live, will be available to rent on demand in the US, Canada, and other countries that will be announced soon.”

It was the first concert movie ever to make more than $100 million in the United States and the first privately released movie to do that in just two weekends in a decade. It is the highest-grossing concert movie of all time in North America.

The film was shot at three Bad Blood singer gigs at SoFi Stadium in LA.

Swift put out Folklore: Long Pond Studio Sessions on Disney+ before.

Yesterday, the 14-time Grammy winner made history when she won her fourth album of the year award.

In her speech accepting the award for best pop vocal record, she talked about her brand-new album, Tortured Poets Department.

Apple raised the price of its ad-free Disney+ service to $13.99 a month in October.

Prices went up by 27% from their current level of $10.99, and the changes took place on October 12.

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