‘BLACKPINK: The Movie’, which was released to mark the 5th anniversary of BLACKPINK’s debut, has attracted nearly 500,000 spectators from all over the world.
According to distributor CJ 4Dplex and overseas distributor Trafalgar Releasing on the 20th, ‘Blackpink The Movie’, which was released in more than 100 countries on the 4th, had a cumulative audience of nearly 500,000 as of the previous day.
In addition, it earned close to $5 million in revenue until the previous day, recording the highest sales among ‘event cinemas’ (films that screen event content such as concerts and operas) that were released this year. ‘BLACKPINK: The Movie’ was released in Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, and by country, it recorded the highest cumulative number of audiences in Mexico, the United States, Turkey, Brazil and Japan.
‘BLACKPINK: The Movie’ contains live performances of BLACKPINK ‘s online and offline concert stages, intense image cuts of the four members, and unpublished interviews. It is acclaimed for providing a musical experience reminiscent of a concert hall, beyond simply seeing BLACKPINK in a movie theater.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK debuted in 2016 with the digital single album ‘SQUARE ONE’ and left hit songs such as ‘Whistle’, ‘Boombayah’, and ‘As If It’s Your Last’.