Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert film is coming to Disney+ – KCTV 5

(Gray News) – Taylor Swift’s massively successful Eras Tour concert film will begin streaming on Disney+ starting March 15, with more extended features than ever before.
Following a successful run in theaters, an extended version of the movie has been available to rent for $19.89 (Swift’s birth year) on Amazon and other rental services.
Fans have been wondering when and where the movie would be streaming or available to buy.
Disney made the announcement on Wednesday afternoon that it will stream “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Taylor’s Version)” starting March 15.
The film will include Swift’s performance of “Cardigan,” which had been cut from the rental version, and four additional acoustic songs.
Disney did not say which acoustic songs would be featured.
It’s also unclear how much Disney paid for the streaming rights to the movie.
Further details were not yet available.
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