BTS’s fourth theatrical film will actually hit theaters, the group announced Thursday, with uncertainty about how many of the world’s cinemas will reopen by the world’s release date. “Break the Silence: Movies” will hit more than 70 countries from September 10, with additional 40 roll-outs on September 24.
A list of regions expected to “break the silence”, the date of which has been raised at www.btsincinemas.com, inevitably warns with the announcement that “dates for regions are different and (either) may change depending on the status” Open. “
The United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, India and a total of more than 40 countries are listed for the next September 24 release date. The list of areas to receive the new film before September 10 is long – more than 700 in all – including Korea, the United Kingdom, Japan, Spain, Russia, Italy, France, Thailand and dozens more.
Moreover, the producers feel that banking on BTS fans is that paint-up power from the lockdown to return to theaters more than once in the coming weeks.
“Break the Silence” “Love Yourself: Tell Yourself” is a history tour of the world tour, which took place at venues from Wembley Stadium to the Rose Bowl and will include concerts and behind-the-scenes footage.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Big Hit Entertainment on the release,” said Mark Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing, promising a film that “gives fans tremendous access to both their first international stadium tour and the seven members of BTS. To see this, of course, we look forward to welcoming Armiwa back to the cinema hall for the fourth time for BTS’s big screen experience. ”
The company said last year’s “Bring Soul: The Movie”, which will return to theaters on August 26-30, sold 2.55 million tickets and grossed $ 24.3 million at the box office in 112 regions. A hidden preview of the new film will appear in theaters with a re-release of one of its predecessors.