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“Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” dominated the box office this weekend, bringing in about $21 million, according to AMC Theaters.

Beyoncé’s film “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” dominated the U.S. box office this weekend, taking in an estimated $21 million, according to AMC Theaters.

The Renaissance collection bucked this trend. It is believed that these dates after Thanksgiving usually have low box office numbers. Without accounting for inflation, this is the first time a film has grossed more than $20 million in its opening this weekend. The last time a movie made significant profits at this time was “The Last Samurai.”

Beyoncé wrote, directed and produced the song “Renaissance,” which features the tour she organized to promote her Grammy Award-winning album. It premiered in 2,539 theaters in the United States and Canada and in 94 international territories, grossing $6.4 million in 2,621 theaters.

Beyoncé followed in Taylor Swift’s footsteps with her “Era Tour.” Both chose the AMC movie theater chain as the distributor for their concert films rather than traditional production houses. Likewise, the two singers supported each other at each other’s premiere.

Beyoncé’s tour grossed over $500 million and attracted over 2.7 million viewers. On the other hand, it is estimated that Swift’s “Eras Tour” will raise around $1.4 billion.

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