Taylor Swift's The Eras Tour movie has shattered records with over $100 million in advance ticket sales globally, even before its theatrical release 

This impressive presale performance positions the film as the highest-grossing concert movie ever, surpassing Justin Bieber's "Never Say Never," which grossed $73 million in 2011 

It's important to note that the $100 million figure is based solely on presale numbers and is likely to increase once the film hits theaters and real-time ticket sales are accounted for 

Speculation surrounds whether real-time sales will match the presale numbers, given that many dedicated fans might have already purchased tickets 

The film's uniqueness lies in its portrayal of Swift's incredibly popular world tour, which recently concluded its North American leg in August 

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour movie features performances of songs from all ten of Swift's albums, spanning her entire career 

The film was shot over three nights of shows at Los Angeles' Sofi Stadium, capturing the essence of Swift's iconic Eras Tour 

AMC responded to the high demand from fans by upgrading its ticket-booking capacity by five times, and it priced standard adult tickets at $19.89, a nod to the year Swift was born and her fifth album, "1989 

Children's and senior tickets were priced at $13.13, which is a reference to Swift's lucky number