BTS' latest film, 'Break The Silence', is now screening in selected SM Cinemas

BTS' latest film, 'Break The Silence', is now screening in selected SM Cinemas

BTS' Break The Silence: The Movie is slowly making its way to silver screens around the world.

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In an announcement by SM Cinema, the 'Dynamite' act's full-length feature film, which follows the group across their LOVE YOURSELF World Tour with a candid look into their personal lives, has landed in their theaters this October. The screenings follow BTS' successful 2-day online concert series MAP OF THE SOUL ON:E, which streamed earlier this month.


SM Cinema's participating outlets across the country include theaters in Baguio, Bacoor, Sta. Rosa, and Davao. See the full list below.

Private viewings of Break The Silence: The Movie can also be scheduled for a maximum of 20 people per screening for PHP 8,999.

While the news of SM Cinema opening its theaters to fans may be exciting, fans should be reminded to wear face masks and observe physical distancing guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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If you're not willing to risk it in theatres, BTS' Burn The Stage: The Film and docu-series are currently streaming on YouTube Premium, while Break The Silence: Docu-Series is available on WeVerse.

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In September, SM Mall of Asia converted its Concert Grounds into a drive-in movie theater. Screenings are held from Wednesday to Sunday. Movie-goers are limited to four per vehicle and they'll have to stay inside with face masks on.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends everyone to regularly wash their hands, cover their mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing, and thoroughly cooking meat and eggs.

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such as fever, tiredness, dry cough, sore throat, runny nose, and shortness of breath, contact the DOH COVID-19 Hotline at (02)8-651-7800 local: 1149-1150.