Break the Silence The Movie Postponed due to COVID-19: BTS is perhaps the most famous K pop band in the world today. This boy band has become a favorite among the teens of today. Sadly the release of the bands’ fourth film had to be pushed back. The much-awaited documentary about BTS 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour has been postponed due to the splurge in coronavirus cases all across South Korea.
Break the Silence was originally slated to hit the theatres on September 10 across worldwide screens. Although the movie is most certainly not going to be cinemas in South Korea anytime soon; it will be released in other countries following an existing guided plan. It will be released pertaining to the different circumstances of every country. The movie will be up for an online release in the USA on 24 September 2020
This K-pop supergroup has created history by becoming the first-ever South Korean to gain the top spot on the list of Billboard’s Hot 100 list with its recent release ‘Dynamite’.
Break the Silence, directed by Park Jun-soo is the fourth film of BTS. He remarked that the movie will deliver unprecedented access to the band’s global tour Love Yourself: Speak Yourself. As the BTS goes from Chicago to Paris to Seoul, we get to see behind the curtain footage and listen to the candidly told stories of all the seven members. The movie also hopes to deliver the human side of the musicians and depicts their journey as they reached their global fame.
The trailer launched on September 3rd provided a little insight into the film. Watch the trailer below.
The Trafalgar production poses as Break The Silence as the sequel to the last BTS film Bring the Soul: The Movie. Bring the Soul bagged $24.3 million in the box office and around 2.55 million tickets were sold in 112 territories.