The Release Of BTS’s New Documentary Movie Is Delayed Indefinitely Due To COVID-19
Amid all of the awesome news about the milestones that BTS‘s “Dynamite” is making worldwide, unfortunately, some not-so-great news has been released as well.
BigHit Entertainment said that their upcoming documentary film, Break the Silence: The Movie, which was supposed to be released in South Korea on September 10, has now been delayed for the indefinite future due to the recent increase in coronavirus cases in the country.
The film, which is the fourth such documentary movie to be created about BTS, follows the K-Pop group during their 2019 Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour, which took place in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
So far, overseas openings are still planned to continue to happen on September 10, though this could change in the coming days depending on how the pandemic progresses. It was originally set to come to theaters in over 70 countries, with 40 more regions releasing it on September 24.
The COVID-19 pandemic has already taken so much from people, it’s such a shame that it’s continuing to impact the K-Pop community as well. Keep a look out for any developing news about the situation in the next several days.
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