These days, Taylor Swift is hard to miss. She can be seen entertaining 70,000 people in live performances,
rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs from a highly sought-after box, going out to dine in New York City, and packing theaters to see her "Eras Tour" movie.
An earful is being heard even by people who aren't paying attention.At screenings of "The Exorcist: Believer" and "Killers of the Flower Moon,"
moviegoers report being taken aback to hear the musician's songs through the walls as the theaters have battled to contain the loudness of her nearly three-hour concert film.
As Connor Petrey, the chief editor of Cinefied, a website that reviews movies and television shows,
was watching Martin Scorsese's "Killers" at a Cinemark-owned cinema outside of Cleveland,
Ohio, he heard lyrics from Swift's song "Look What You Made Me Do." According to Petrey, 27,
"some serious thumping on the wall from the speakers kind of spoiled an emotional scene where stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Lily Gladstone grapple with the deaths of Osage people."