Get ready, BTS fans! The band has just announced that Burn The Stage: The Movie is coming to a theater near you and we’ve got all the details.

BTS has taken the world by storm, and now their story will hit the big screen. And don’t worry, you won’t have to wait long because the movie’s release date is only a few weeks away — it’s set to hit theaters Nov. 15!

The movie will focus on the guys’ 2017 tour, the Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings Tour. Bringing in more than 550,000 fans in nearly 20 cities, it was huge, and the movie will show live concert footage as well as will give their beloved Army a behind-the-scenes look at their life on the road. The movie will also have new interviews with the members and provide fans with insight into BTS’ touring life and the band’s history. That means tons of never-before-seen footage and are already freaking out over it?

Back in May, the boys opened up to Entertainment Tonight about the personal meaning behind the name Burn The Stage. “When we burn something, we always have the ashes left. Sometimes we just forget, but there’s always the ashes, the black tar ashes,” RM explained. “I know some say its really hard to watch the pain, the sweat, backstage. We wanted to share many more things, [and] be really closer.”

As J-14 readers know, the band, made up of RM, Jimin, Jungkook, Suga, V, Jin, and J-Hope, rose to international fame in 2016 and since then, they’ve had two enormous world tours and dropped two successful studio albums, including Love Yourself: Tear, which became the first K-Pop album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Although they’ve had huge success in the music industry, it’s fun to imagine what they’d be doing if they weren’t on stage every night. In a recent interview, the boys revealed what their professions would be and their answers were to die for. “I think farmer,” Jin said, and J-Hope quickly chimed in that he would have been a tennis player. Suga went with, “maybe a songwriter” with Jimin added he would have been a police officer. Jungkook, of course, brought true laughs since he said, “Unemployed for me.” V finished it off by saying that he was all about becoming an athlete or an artist.

Tbh, we’re forever glad they decided to make music together instead!

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