Some alarming misinformation about BTS‘s upcoming movie has now inspired a hilarious series of video clips.
On November 10, Vue Cinemas revealed that Burn The Stage would be dubbed rather than subtitled in their theatres.
BTS fans did not react well to this news, as they had been looking forward to hearing BTS’s real voices in the film.
Many fans even threatened to boycott the movie rather than watch a dubbed version.
Thankfully, Vue Cinemas representatives were quick to clear up the confusion. They assured ARMYs that Burn The Stage would be subtitled in English with the original Korean audio.
Now that the initial scare is over, ARMYs are having a field day! Fans have created a series of hilarious, dubbed clips to parody the Burn The Stage mix-up.
Y'all if they dub Burn the Stage, you will see something like this in theatres.💀 pic.twitter.com/q7E1a3LPJp
— ruru (@BTSBUNK) November 11, 2018
is this burn the stage dubbed pic.twitter.com/iljG59VjAQ
— ًrip sl (@spibts) November 10, 2018
Some fans have used existing audio clips for their dubs…
when bts get into an argument on burn the stage: dubbed edition
— des | tokyo has my heart🖤 (@destiny_efinda) November 11, 2018
an exclusive sneak peek of Burn The Stage (dubbed) pic.twitter.com/yxdVGUvene
— trin (@sickoyoon) November 11, 2018
…while others have written their own scripts and recorded their own voices.
IM HOLLERING 😩🤣🤣 BURN THE STAGE DUBBED pic.twitter.com/kbkEBPjPnq
— joonie (@EmmaaCee) November 12, 2018
if burn the stage was dubbed
— CAMERON PHILIP (@CAM3R0NPH1L1P) November 11, 2018
If the movie were dubbed, many fans would be disappointed, to say the least…
IM SICK!! nobody wants burn the stage to be dubbed! Imagine wanting to hear jimin's pretty lil voice & out here comes a voice actor sounding like the lord of the rings hobbit
— deanna loves bts (@jiminrnb) November 10, 2018
me: im excited to see burn the stage
cinemas: you know the movie might be dubbed 🤪
— 𝘫𝘶𝘱𝘪𝘵𝘦𝘳 (@joonvsco) November 10, 2018
…but who doesn’t love a good parody?