Taylor Swift's 'Eras Tour' is dancing to a $100 million opening after a $39 million Friday.

According to AMC Theatres, the superstar's new concert film Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is on track for a domestic opening of $100 million based  

on early grosses. Hollywood studios predict an opening weekend of $90 million to $110 million, while AMC is sticking to its initial projection. 

The film grossed $39 million on Friday, putting it on pace with tentpoles like Spider-Man: No Way Home ($39.2 million),  

and it's the second-highest Friday gross for an October film, trailing only Joker ($39.4 million), not adjusted for inflation. 

According to Comscore, it has a chance to be the greatest October opening of all time in North America if it outperforms Joker ($96.2 million).  

By the end of the weekend, it is certain to be the highest-grossing concert film of all time, not adjusted for inflation. 

Eras Tour received a coveted A+ CinemaScore from moviegoers and a rare 100% fresh critics' rating on Rotten Tomatoes. (One caveat: there are only 25 reviews. There are usually 200 or more.) 

Following Barbie, the power of female moviegoers is once again on full display. The crowd on Friday was 82% female. Overall,  

63 percent of ticket customers were between the ages of 18 and 34. Those aged 25 to 34 comprised the largest group. Teenagers (17%) turned out in force, as expected. 

"The significance of this weekend's performance of the Taylor Swift concert film cannot be overstated, and given its outlier status 

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