With its sellouts, Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour is surpassing Margot Robbie’s Barbie at the box office, with more than 4,200 shows now sold out for the first day in North America!

At the North American movie office, there wasn't much of a moment following Barbie and Oppenheimer's phenomenal success.

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The North American box office is going to have a blast this weekend, so it’s going to be a big one. Yes, we are referring about the much awaited Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert movie. Although success for this musical production was always anticipated, the very high expectations have taken everyone by surprise. The most recent information we have regarding this major event indicates that, in terms of ticket sales, it is outpacing Barbie, a powerful smash. Read on to learn more.

There wasn’t much of a moment at the North American box office after Barbie and Oppenheimer’s huge triumph. A storm is finally approaching that will inflict significant damage, and the amount of people who have already arrived is unbelievable. Pre-sales are being devoured by Swifties like candy, and exhibitors are quite enthused.

According to a Deadline story, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is anticipated to earn a staggering $50+ million from the international market in addition to $100+ million in the domestic market, resulting in a worldwide box office weekend of $150+ million. Although that amount is truly absurd, that is not the case. According to EntTelligence, a box office analytics company, this concert sensation is outpacing Margot Robbie’s Barbie and Spider-Man: No Way Home in sellouts (shows running with 75% or greater occupancy).

According to additional reports, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is the subject of 99% of this weekend’s advance ticket sales in North America. Out of the 13,000 performances scheduled for the first day, more than 4,200 have already sold out, according to Monday’s update.

Barbie has fallen far behind the concert movie with such absurdly packed houses. Speaking about the Margot Robbie movie, 500 of its performances were sold out four days before to its debut. 6,800 performances are now playing with a 75% or higher occupancy rate for the entire weekend. Stunningly incredible


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