Moved a week earlier to prevent Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, “Exorcist: Believer”

Well, “Exorswift” was only a passing craze; the Taylor Swift concert movie and “The Exorcist: Believer” were both released at the same time.

This is because to the creepy sequel “The Exorcist: Believer” from Universal and Blumhouse being pushed back from its planned October 13 release date to October 6 in order to avoid conflicting with the release of the highly anticipated Eras Tour movie. On Thursday, Swift revealed that her concert movie, which also happens to be her lucky number, will be released in theatres on October 13.

“Look at what you forced me to do. Producer of “Exorcist,” Jason Blum, referenced Taylor Swift’s lyrics in a tweet he sent under the hashtag “The Exorcist: Believer moves to 10/6/23.” “#TaylorWins.”

On Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, every AMC theatre in the country will screen “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” a concert movie that depicts her record-breaking stadium tour.

In North America, it will also be shown on the screens of Cinemark and Regal, with the addition of other theatres and chains anticipated.

The movie’s runtime is advertised as 2 hours and 45 minutes on the AMC ticketing website, which is a little less time than Taylor Swift’s concert, which lasted 3 hours and 15 minutes.

In typical Swift style, ticket prices are filled with numbers: $19.89 for adults, $13.13 for kids and seniors, on standard screens. Tickets for Imax and Dolby will cost extra.

There is cause to think that “The Eras Tour” movie could become a box office hit. Swift is urging her followers to approach the movie premiere as a festive occasion deserving of themed attire and friendship bracelet trades, as is typical at her concerts.

Ellen Burstyn makes a comeback in “The Exorcist: Believer” as Chris MacNeil, an actor whose life has been changed by a supernatural incident that affected her daughter Regan fifty years earlier.

Two neighbourhood girls flee into the woods when the narrative begins, but they don’t remember what happened when they come back three days later. This starts a terrible chain of events that prompts the father of one of the girls to look up MacNeil, the only person still alive who has ever gone through anything like it.

The new “Exorcist,” which takes set 50 years after the first, is directed by “Halloween” filmmaker David Gordon Green.

It is the first installment of a trilogy that will eventually include a sequel on April 18, 2025.