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BTS movie 'Break the Silence' to hit cinemas in September

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The Jakarta Post

Jakarta  /  Fri, August 7, 2020  /  03:40 pm
BTS movie 'Break the Silence' to hit cinemas in September

BTS poses during the press conference for its sixth EP 'Map of the Soul: Persona' in Seoul in April 2019. (Big Hit Entertainment/The Korea Herald/File)

The latest film of South Korean superstar BTS, Break the Silence: The Movie, is scheduled to have its limited worldwide screenings starting on Sept. 10.  

According to the film’s website, tickets will be available for purchase starting on Aug. 13. It is highly recommended to sign up on the website to stay updated, as release dates may vary from one country to another depending on cinemas’ reopening schedules.

As the group’s fourth film, Break the Silence: The Movie shows behind-the-scenes of the group during its Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour last year that was held in various cities, including Los Angeles and New York, London, Sao Paulo, Osaka, Riyadh and Seoul. The tour also made BTS the first K-pop boyband to perform at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London.

Read also: BTS 'Burn the Stage' beats out One Direction in US theaters

The CEO of film distributor Trafalgar Releasing, Marc Allenby, expressed appreciation for the collaboration with the group's management firm, Big Hit Entertainment. “We’re looking forward to welcoming ARMY [BTS’ fans] to the cinemas for the fourth time, because it will be a must-watch widescreen experience,” Allenby said in a statement.

Aside from Break the Silence: The Movie, BTS’ box-office film in 2019 Bring the Soul: The Movie will hit cinemas from Aug. 28 to 30. Tickets will be available for purchase starting on Aug. 18. The screenings are said to offer a sneak peek of Break the Silence: The Movie.

Debuted in 2013, BTS consists of V, Jungkook, Jimin, Suga, RM, J-Hope and Jin. The group has broken records and won numerous awards along the years, including having 4 million pre-orders for its album Map of the Soul: 7 in February and being awarded the Global V Live Top 10 Best Artist at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards last year. In June, BTS’ Love Myself global initiative won the 2020 UNICEF Inspire Award. (wir/wng)

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