The movie “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” notes record ticket sales a few days before its premiere in cinemas. According to its official distributor, AMC Theaters, worldwide advance sales, a week before its highly anticipated release, have exceeded $100 million.

Audience demand “has been incredible” in the US, AMC said, “from the biggest cities to the smallest.”

The film with a total duration of 168 minutes directed by Sam Wentz will “travel” the viewers to the concerts given by Taylor Swift at SoFi Stadium in California.

As Deadline reports, the highly-anticipated concert film has smashed all ticket sales expectations since its August 31 announcement. It is noted that it set a one-day sales record for AMC within just three hours of going live on presale tickets, bringing in a total of $26 million at the box office, surpassing the record held by the movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home” with $16.9 million dollars.

The 12-time Grammy winner has received a temporary license from the SAG-AFTRA union to promote it, with the next stop on her ‘Eras ​​Tour’ being in Buenos Aires, Argentina on November 9th.

The movie “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” will premiere on October 13 – it’s also the pop star’s lucky number – and will be screened in 8,500 cinemas in 100 countries.