The Oppenheimer filmmaker said that Taylor Swift‘s deal with AMC is “going to make big money”.
Oppenheimer Filmmaker Christopher Nolan believes Taylor Swift is the future of cinema.
During a recent event Wednesday between Nolan, Emma Thomas and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Kai Bird, the director praised Taylor Swift for her decision to distribute the Aras Tour film directly through AMC.” Taylor Swift is going to show the plant, because her musicale film is not being distributed by the plant, it’s being distributed by the theater proprietor, AMC, and she’s going to make a lot of plutocrat,”
He said. “ And that is the thing it’s a format, it’s a way of looking at effects and participating stories or participating gests , which is incredibly precious. And if they do not want it, someone differently will. So that is just the verity of it.”
The Taylor Swift Era tour film made history before it even hit theaters—advance ticket sales alone were enough to make it one of the highest-grossing concert films of all time, surpassing Justin Bieber’s 2011 concert film Never Say Never. – Time home box. grossed $73 million, according to box office site The Numbers.
The Era’s Tour film performed strongly Thursday through Sunday, earning $93 million in North America and $123.5 million globally — breaking the record for a concert film or documentary. The film received almost universal critical acclaim. Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone called the film “unlike anything – or anyone else – has done onscreen”.
Taylor Swift sold tickets for $19.89 each (and $13.13 for children), a reference to her famous album and her lucky number. His direct deal with AMC challenged the industry status quo by bypassing film studios and distributing films himself. Beyoncé, who has a concert film of her own set to be released this December, took a similar approach.