That BTS is a pop phenomenon is nothing new to anyone. The Korean band has been so successful that movies feature their music as part of their soundtrack. And who hasn't watched a certain movie just because their favorite artist would do the dubbing or sing one of the main songs? I'm going to show you now 5 movie nominations that have on their soundtrack BTS songs.
1 - Signal the Movie
Signal the Movie was released in Japan on April 2, 2021, is in the category of japanese police drama . The feature was directed by Hajime Hashimoto, co-written by Kōsuke Nishi and Hiroshi Hayashi, distributed by toho. The main actors are Kentaro Sakaguchi, Michiko Kichise and Kazuki Kitamura. The film is a continuation of a South Korean television series of the same name.
The plot takes place in 2021 and focuses on a limousine driver who causes an accident on the highway. In this accident a top government official dies from the impact. However, the team investigating the case has doubts about how the accident actually happened.
As early as 2009, administrative employees died consecutively in car accidents. But, there is still the suspicion that it was not simply an accident. At exactly 11:23 pm, a walkie-talkie makes a connection that connects him between the future and the past. THE BTS sang the song movie theme called "Film Out".
2 - Your Eyes Tell
Your Eyes Tell is a Japanese novel that tells the story of Akari (played by Yuriko Yoshitaka, a woman who works as a telemarketer. She is known for being cheerful and kind who meets Antonio Rui (Ryûsei Yokohama) in a grocery store and ends up having a strong bond with him.
Antonio is an ex-convict who tries to change his life. Alongside Akari, he goes on to become a better person. Before, he practiced illegal fights and committed crimes. The film highlights the difficulties of loneliness and how Akari manages to deal with day-to-day activities without seeing.
Your Eyes Tell is a BTS lyrics which is on the Japanese disc Map of The Soul: 7 The Journey. The song was composed by Jeon Jungkook. According to the film's producers, the song's melancholy is the essential touch for the narrative. "We wanted a heartwarming romantic ballad that would serve as an emblem for the film's love story."
BTS' manager Bang Sihyuk claims that artist Jungkook created a song after reading the script and seeing the first version of the film. The melody and lyrics enchanted the team so much that director Takahiro Miki put the ballad in a scene and guided the narrative through the lyrics.
3 - Break the Silence: The Movie
Break the Silence: The Movie is a documentary starring the group BTS itself. So it sure couldn't miss the group's music!! The documentary is from the year 202, directed by Park Jun-soo. The feature is based on the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself tour – 2019 tour – in which scenes filmed during concerts and the unpublished background were used.
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4 - Bring the Soul: The Movie
Also in the documentary category Bring the Soul: The Movie (Bring the Soul: The Movie) also has the participation of boy band BTS The production is from the year 2019 by Big Hit Entertainment and Camp Entertainment. The film shows the daily lives of artists in many cities during the Love Yourself world tour.
The BTS documentary grossed after its premiere US$4.4 million in the United States and US$8.2 million in other countries. The total acquired was approximately US$12.6 million. In the United States alone, 873 theaters showed the program. With just five days of opening, US$ 4.4 million was grossed.
According to Forbes, the film broke a box office record with US$24.3 million received worldwide. The previous film, Burn the Stage, took in US$18.5 million after a second limited edition. When it comes to ticket sales, Variety reported that there were record sales for BTS with 2.55 million tickets in 112 territories worldwide.
5 - Love Yourself in Seoul
Love Yourself in Seoul is a BTS musical, which is also called BTS World Tour: Love Yourself in Seoul. The film takes place during the August 25 and 26, 2018 shows on the tour of the same name as the film. The film was released on January 26, 2019 in one day in 90 countries.
For the filming of the BTS musical, 42 cameras were needed. production is by Big Hit Entertainment and CJ CGV Screen X. The movie was announced on December 13, 2018 and tickets went on sale five days later.
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