BTS Breaks U.S. Box Office Record With “Burn The Stage: The Movie”
BTS’s first-ever film “Burn the Stage: The Movie” has set a new record at the U.S. box office!
According to a report by Forbes, BTS’s new documentary film is now the highest-grossing event cinema musical production of all time. “Burn the Stage: The Movie” earned an impressive $1.2 million at the U.S. box office on just the first day of its release (Thursday, November 15), and it went on to rake in an additional $2.3 million over the three-day weekend.
In just four days, the movie managed to earn a staggering $3.54 million in the United States alone, officially breaking One Direction’s 2014 record for highest-grossing concert film.
“Burn the Stage: The Movie” also racked up $9.3 million in ticket sales outside of the United States.
The movie’s extraordinary success is especially remarkable considering that a significant amount of its footage has already aired through BTS’s original YouTube Red series “Burn the Stage,” which was released earlier this year.
Consisting of both new and re-edited footage from the original documentary, “Burn the Stage: The Movie” follows BTS during their 2017 “WINGS” world tour and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the group’s concerts and travels.
Congratulations to BTS on their new record!