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The daily gossip: Taylor Swift dropping ‘Eras Tour’ movie extended cut on her birthday, Disney’s ‘Wish’ disappoints at Thanksgiving box office, and more

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The daily gossip: Taylor Swift dropping ‘Eras Tour’ movie extended cut on her birthday, Disney’s ‘Wish’ disappoints at Thanksgiving box office, and more


1. Taylor Swift dropping ‘Eras Tour’ movie extended cut on her birthday

Release the Taylor cut! An extended version of Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” concert film will be available to rent at home on Dec. 13 in celebration of the pop star’s 34th birthday. “Well, so, basically I have a birthday coming up,” Swift wrote on Instagram, adding that she thought this would be a “fun way to celebrate the year we’ve had together.” According to Swift, the extended cut of the “Eras Tour” movie will include performances of “Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live,” although for some reason, it sounds like “Cardigan” will still be excluded. Swift didn’t say how much the rental will cost. When it hit theaters in October, the “Eras Tour” movie was shorter than the live show, and some Swifties were irritated by the absence of certain songs — setting Swift up perfectly to add them back in and get fans to pay to watch a second (or third or fourth) time. What if we told you none of it was accidental? Instagram

2. ‘Wish,’ Disney’s 100th anniversary celebration, disappoints at Thanksgiving box office

Disney CEO Bob Iger received a turkey this Thanksgiving weekend, but not the kind you want. “Wish,” the animated musical that was meant to celebrate Disney’s 100th anniversary, disappointed in its domestic box office debut, grossing just $19.5 million over three days and $31.7 million over five days. For comparison, “Frozen” grossed $93 million over five days on Thanksgiving weekend a decade ago, while 2016’s “Moana” took in $82 million. This was another box office disappointment for Disney after flops like “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” “Haunted Mansion” and “The Marvels.” Could the company have accidentally conditioned audiences to watch its films on Disney+, meaning families are now less likely to see them in theaters? Either way, “Wish” came in at number three and failed to outgross “Napoleon,” an R-rated, nearly three-hour historical drama. Number one at the box office, meanwhile, was “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” in its second week, proving that Snow always lands on top. Box Office Mojo

3. Jennifer Lopez’s new album is getting a movie





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