Disney+ will be the exclusive home of pop sensation Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert film, CEO Bob Iger said on the company’s fiscal first-quarter earnings call.
The streaming service will be getting a special “Taylor’s Version” of the film, which includes a performance of Cardigan and four acoustic songs not seen in the theatrical or purchase release, Iger said. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version) will debut on the service on March 15.
A version of the film already debuted for digital purchase and included three bonus tracks. It features the songs “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer,” and “Long Live.”
Swift’s Eras Tour has become the highest-grossing concert tour of all time, while the film grossed 261.6 million at the global box office, enough to be the highest performing concert film of all time. The film was a boon for the theater industry at a time when the lineup of other films had thinned out.
As with all things Swift, the film became a cultural phenomenon and a requirement for any Swiftie — especially those that weren’t fortunate enough to get tickets to her actual concerts.
The film lasts for nearly three hours (plus the bonus songs) and was directed by Sam Wrench. It was shot over three performances at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles last summer.