BTS’s new film called “Break The Silence: The Movie” will be their fourth concert film to come out. The movie that will have a staggered theatrical release is said to open in more than 70 countries worldwide starting September 10 before hitting theatres in the US on September 24. With additional information on BTS’s official website, the tickets will go live on August 13.
Break The Silence: The Movie, starring band members RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook will chronicle BTS’s world tour in 2019 called the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour. The film will feature backstage and concert footage of the tour that took place in venues from Wembley Stadium to the Rose Bowl.
As it covers BTS’s first international stadium tour, Break The Silence: The Movie will also cover “each band member behind the curtain”. Band members RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook will share previously unknown personal experiences during the film.
BTS’s new film follows their previous one called Bring The Soul: The Movie which will also return to theatres this year from August 28-30 with a new sneak peek at Break The Silence: The Movie. According to the website, tickets for the re-run will go on sale on August 18.
Break The Silence: The Movie, BTS’s world tour documentary is directed by Park Jun-soo and comes from Big Hit Entertainment with Trafalgar Releasing distributing. “We’re delighted to partner with Big Hit Entertainment on the release,” said Marc Allenby, the CEO of Trafalgar Releasing. Producers are also relying on BTS’s fanbase to hit the theatres once the film is out to get theatres up and running.
According to Allenby, the film “gives fans extraordinary access to both their first international stadium tour and all seven members of BTS.” He continued saying “We look forward to welcoming the ARMY back to cinemas for a fourth time for this must-see BTS big-screen experience”
The U.S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil, India and over 40 countries in all are listed for the later release date on Sept. 24. However, BTS’s announcement also warns that the “dates vary per territory and (are) subject to change based on the status of local cinema re-openings.”
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