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BTS announces release of fourth film ‘Break the Silence: The Movie’ in over 70 countries

After BTS' 'Bring The Soul' Movie in 2019, the K-pop band announced theater premiere of the fourth film 'Break The Silence.'

South Korean sensation BTS announced the premiere of their upcoming world tour film ‘Break the Silence: The Movie’. The movie will chronicle their 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour that’s slated to hit theaters worldwide on September 10th. The film’s U.S. theatre premiere will begin on September 24th. The announcement for the film has taken the ARMY by surprise and rightly so. Tickets will go on sale on August 13th. However, all dates are subject to reopening schedules of local theatres due to the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic.

According to Variety, the film is set to hit in more than 70 countries via Trafalgar Releasing. “We’re delighted to partner with Big Hit Entertainment on the release,” Variety quoted Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar as saying.

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He further promised that the film “gives fans extraordinary access to both their first international stadium tour and all seven members of BTS. We look forward to welcoming the ARMY back to cinemas for the fourth time for this must-see BTS big-screen experience.” Information regarding the movie’s premiere dates and regions are uploaded on BTS’ Movie Website.

The film will trace back BTS’ tour in the U.S.A, South America, Europe, and Asia. Break the Silence will also include footage from the trek, which was the band’s first international stadium tour. According to a statement, the film will also have an exclusive behind the scenes of each BTS member’s personal
untold stories behind the curtain.

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According to Variety, ‘Break The Silence‘ chronicles the ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself‘ world tour which began from Wembley Stadium to Rose Bowl. It will also have footage from concerts and behind-the-scenes videos. This is the K-pop band’s fourth tour film after 2019’s Bring the Soul: The Movie, Love Yourself in Seoul, and 2018s Burn the Stage: The Movie.

Meanwhile, BTS has yet again smashed the Guinness World Records title for the best-selling album (South Korea) with their latest release Map of the Soul: 7.

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