Taylor Swift is set to release a concert documentary titled "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour" on October 13.

The documentary has already broken records for pre-sales in the United States, generating $37 million in revenue in one day.

Analysts predict that the film could potentially earn over $100 million in its opening weekend.

Taylor Swift chose to release the documentary in an unconventional manner, working directly with AMC theaters and bypassing traditional film studios.

Some Hollywood studios have postponed the release of their films to avoid competition with Taylor Swift's documentary.

The budget for Swift's film is estimated to be between $10-20 million.

Taylor Swift will share 57 percent of ticket sales with AMC, a similar proportion to what studios typically receive.

 Her "Eras Tour" is expected to surpass the symbolic $1 billion mark in total revenue, with each concert generating around $13 million.

Taylor Swift gained attention for re-recording her first six albums to regain control of their master rights after a dispute with Scooter Braun.

Her bold strategies in the music industry, including re-releases with bonus material, have paved the way for other artists to consider similar approaches to control their work.