A Birth-Tay Present for y’all: Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

Hey, Swifties! Here's something for the die-hard fans and for the curious, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour! MFC brings you everything you need to know about the singer and the details of her movie.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is now available on streaming platforms. After exceeding all expectations not only in her shows, but also on the big screen, you can now enjoy the concert in the comfort of your home.

Official poster for Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

About the eras tour movie

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, directed by Sam Wrench, lasts 2 hours 49 minutes. The edition available in streaming platforms is an extended version that lasts 15 minutes longer than the one available in theaters, and it features three songs that were not included in the first cut, that are “The Archer”, “Long Live”, and “Wildest Dreams”. Still, this extended version doesn’t match the duration of one of Taylor’s full live show. 

Taylor Swift and director Sam Wrench.

To celebrate her birthday, Swift announced on November 27th that she would make her concert film available to watch at home on streaming platforms on December 13th. This way, fans can celebrate with her and also be able to experience the thrill of her live performance.

“Hi! Well, so, basically I have a birthday coming up and I was thinking a fun way to celebrate the year we’ve had together would be to make The Eras Tour Concert Film available for you to watch at home!” she wrote on Instagram.

The Eras Tour nominated for a Golden Globe

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour has just been nominated for Cinematic and Box Office Achievement at the Golden Globes. In this new category, the concert film will be facing big contestants like Barbie, Oppenheimer and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

The singer has already been nominated four times before, in the Best Original Song in the motion picture category for “Safe & Sound” (The Hunger Games), “Sweeter Than Fiction” (One Chance), “Beautiful Ghosts” (Cats), and ”Carolina” (Where the Crawdads Sing). 

Although the film was nominated for being one of the highest grossing films, it should be noted that it has incredible cinematography. This is due to the way in which the director was able to capture Taylor’s energy and the dynamic atmosphere of her shows, with the changes in look and in the staging of the mind-blowing SoFi Stadium according to each era.

So, MyFamilier, what’s your favorite Taylor Swift era? Let us know in the comments which was your favorite moment of the movie.

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