BTS Yet to Come will release in Cinemas on Feb 1, 2023.
BTS Yet to Come, a new BTS (Bangtan Boys) movie in Cinemas, will debut in theatres worldwide on February 1, 2023. The group’s performance from earlier in October in Busan will be included. It was their final performance as a group because Jin was the first member to report for mandatory military service in South Korea. A South Korean boys band, BTS, comprises RM, Jin, J-Hope, Suga, V(Kim Taehyung), Jimin, and Jungkook.
Variety said that the movie would have a 103-minute running duration. It will feature numerous BTS performances, including RUN, Run BTS, Dynamite, Boy With Luv, and many others. For a limited period, their movie will be accessible in more than 110 nations and territories in addition to South Korea.
In a statement, Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing, stated, “We look forward to working with the teams at CJ 4DPlex and HYBE once more to bring BTS’ breathtaking Busan concert to the big screen in this special cinematic cut.” The group has always engaged with audiences in a way ideal for the big screen, and we are thrilled to invite fans worldwide to this must-see event.
The CEO of CJ 4DPLEX, Jong Ryeol Kim, continued, “We are excited to announce our second ScreenX partnership and first 4DX, 4DXScreen collaboration with BTS.” “This movie is developed for both special formats, which fans can enjoy our movie fully through larger screens with 3 different views and moving motion seats aligning to BTS’ song,” the statement reads.
On February 4, a special screening will occur for “Light Stick Screenings,” during which BTS Army members will be permitted to bring their light sticks inside the theatres to enhance the concert experience. BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas will be distributed in various forms in addition to the conventional movie format, such as the immersive 270-degree field of vision ScreenX, 4DX, and 4DX Screen, a combination of ScreenX and 4DX.
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On January 10 at 4 p.m. PST and 7 p.m. EST (January 11 at 9 a.m. KST/12 a.m. GMT/1 a.m. CET), ticket sales for BTS Yet to Come will start. The website BTSYETTOCOMEINCINEMAS.COM will host it.
Interestingly, this is Bangtan Boys’ fifth theatrical release. The movies Burn the Stage: The Movie (2019), Break the Silence: The Movie (2020), Bring the Soul: The Movie, and BTS Permission to Dance on Stage — Seoul: Live Viewing (2022) came before them (2018).
BTS’s most recent appearance was part of the bid for the 2030 World Expo in Busan. It was a free performance that lasted more than two hours at Busan Asiad Main Stadium. Many supporters came from throughout the nation.
Once each member has completed their timetables of military service commitments, the K-pop band is slated to make a comeback in 2025. Bangtan Boy’s eldest member, Jin, was the first to join the front lines; the rest will do likewise shortly.