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Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour movie adds new songs for streaming debut later this year

Swift picked the perfect release date for the movie’s VOD launch

Taylor Swift kneels on stage with a black and white projected image of herself behind her during Taylor Swift The Eras Tour at Levi’s Stadium on July 28, 2023 in Santa Clara, California Photo: Jeff Kravitz/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
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Taylor Swift has already conquered stadiums and movie theaters in 2023, and now we know she’ll be rounding out the year with video on demand. The pop star announced on Monday that she will release the VOD rental version of her Eras Tour movie on Dec. 13, her birthday.

Swift didn’t announce how much Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour will cost to rent, but she did let fans know that the streaming release will bring back three songs from the concert that didn’t make the theatrical cut of the movie. The additional songs will be “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer,” and “Long Live.”

There’s no word yet on whether The Eras Tour will make its way to a streaming service, rather than just VOD rental platforms, but any platform in the hunt for the film would likely have to offer Swift a pretty sweet deal. She has skirted the traditional release systems with The Eras Tour so far, making a distribution deal directly with AMC Theatres to release the film rather than partnering with a studio, which leaves her free to pick any streaming service that gives her the best arrangement.

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