September 3, 2023 | 2:49 p.m
It was a quick exorcism from the movie theater.
The producers of the upcoming movie “The Exorcist: Believer” announced on X (formerly Twitter) Thursday that they will be releasing the horror film a week early in order to avoid competing with Taylor Swift’s “Eras” tour film.
And while both films were scheduled to be released nationwide on Oct. 13, mega-horror producer Jason Blum decided to delay the film’s release to avoid any “Bad Blood” movie with Swift.
“Look what you made me do,” Bloom tweeted, 54, referring to one of Swift’s songs. “Expeller: The Believer Moves to 6/23/10.”
The Post has reached out to Bloom and Swift, 33, for comment.
Swift managed to fill the “empty space” on AMC’s marquees on Thursday when she was She announced her concert movie It will open in cinemas across the United States.
“The Eras Tour has been the most significant electric experience of my life so far, and I’m happy to tell you that it’s coming to the big screen soon,” the “Lavender Haze” singer wrote. on X.
Swift recommended that fans embrace her “style” as “era clothes, friendship bracelets, singing and dancing” will be “encouraged” in movie theaters.
According to the trailer, the two-hour, 45-minute film will be shown four times a day, on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, at all AMC locations in the United States.
Many fans online were quick to name the second batch of “Cruel Summer” – from “Eras” and “The Exorcist” – #Exorswift.
Move over #Barbenheimer, here comes #Exorswift. one fan wrotea nod to the iconic double Barbie and Oppenheimer trend for summer.
“I don’t know about you, but I feel like possessing you.” a second fan sneered.
The other residents of X weren’t “enchanted” by the association.
“I can’t wait to miss it” I snapped an ardent fan.
“Never mind, we won’t be sitting through another disaster chapter of DGG when it’s released,” Another swipea reference to “Exorcist” director David Gordon Green.
“The Exorcist: Believer” stars Broadway’s Leslie Odom Jr. and Ellen Burstyn, who appeared in the original film.
The new movie takes place 50 years after the events of the 1973 movie.
Meanwhile, Swift’s tour – which started somewhat unexpectedly due to the Ticketmaster debacle – is expected to gross $1 billion in ticket sales, making it the highest-grossing tour of all time.
Wrapping up “Love Story” in the US in August, “Eras” makes its way to Argentina in November.
The United States is not out of the woods yet, and Swift is expected to be back here in October 2024.