Taylor Swift Concert Film Will Bring Eras Tour to America’s Movie Theaters


Taylor Swift Eras Tour Concert Film Coming to Movie Theaters

AMC Theaters have promised at least four showtimes per day from Thursday to Sunday when “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” opens this fall.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, the billion-dollar juggernaut that has dominated the cultural calendar this year, may be on a break before picking up internationally, but its momentum will only rest so long: The show is coming to movie theaters this fall.

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” concert film will be released in the United States, Canada and Mexico on Oct. 13, Swift announced on social media Thursday, with U.S. AMC Theaters promising at least four showtimes per day from Thursday to Sunday upon opening.

“The Eras Tour has been the most meaningful, electric experience of my life so far and I’m overjoyed to tell you that it’ll be coming to the big screen soon,” Swift said. “Eras attire, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing encouraged.”


Who is Ruby Franke, the mom of the 8 Passengers YouTube channel arrested on abuse charges?

Ruby Franke, in a selfie posted to her @moms_of_truth account.

Ruby Franke, the mother behind the defunct family YouTube channel 8 Passengers, was arrested on two counts of aggravated child abuse Wednesday after police found a malnourished child with open wounds and duct tape on their extremities.

Franke was arrested alongside her business partner and collaborator, Jodi Hildebrandt, who is the founder of the controversial life counseling organization ConneXions. The two women create advice videos that critics say promote a harsh style of parenting.

Franke has come under fire in the past for her now-deleted parenting vlogs. Viewers have accused Franke and her husband, Kevin, of being abusive for years.


Review: Denzel Washington brings humanity and dramatic force to 'The Equalizer 3'

Antoine Fuqua dishes on 'The Equalizer 3'

You don't need to twist arms to get Denzel Washington fans, myself included, to sign up for "The Equalizer 3," where Washington floors the action pedal for the third and final time as Robert McCall, a paternalistic avenger out to help those who can't help themselves.

It's been almost a decade since the two-time Oscar winner first seized the role of Robert McCall, a former Marine and special-ops agent hellbent on punishing the criminal scum he encounters on his watch.

Edward Woodward played the role in an 1980s British TV series and Queen Latifah is currently spinning her own version on CBS. But Washington, 68, is still the coolest.


College Football Will Never Look the Same Again

NCAA football game between the USC Trojans and the UCLA Bruins on Nov. 19 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California.

College football lends itself to the existential. No sport is more given to having its fans, coaches, administrators, and media commentators warn that this next thing will be the domino that somehow topples the whole sport. The list of things that were poised to kill college football and didn't is long and exhausting, but the sport has made it for 153 years and may well have another 153 in it. The emotional draw of this sport done right is too strong a stimulant for the whole thing to ever go belly-up. Incompetent or arrogant people in suits won't make your tailgate group stop getting together on Saturday mornings or take the trumpets away from the marching band..

But these are treacherous times. It's been clear for a few years that the traditional order of the sport is collapsing. Some of that is good: Players can make money now, though the administrative scheme their schools have set up at the NCAA still complicates the process and limits their earning power. Most of the time now, players can transfer schools freely without having to sit out a year. And the players are still great, but not so flawless that the game looks sterilized.


Dogs aren't people: Why we need to keep pets out of planes

Anger is different than rage, and there are ways you can keep things from escalating, experts said.

It's time for pets to stop flying. There, I said it: Let's ground Fido and Fluffy for good.

There have been too many animal incidents on aircraft this summer, including the Delta Air Lines passenger who lost her dog while traveling from Santo Domingo to San Francisco last week. The airline is still searching for the pooch after it escaped from its kennel.

Leaving your pet home while you take a vacation makes sense for your dog or cat and you. Most pets don't handle air travel well, and many passengers are clueless about how to fly with their animal companions.