Celebrating the fifth anniversary of one of Korea’s biggest groups, BLACKPINK: THE MOVIE will give fans a special behind-the-scenes look at the lives of Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé and Lisa
Kuala Lumpur, December 8, 2021 – This week, fans are invited to experience BLACKPINK in their area, exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar with the upcoming release of BLACKPINK: THE MOVIE. Celebrating five years since the group’s public debut, BLACKPINK: THE MOVIE gives fans an Access All Areas pass to the group’s two most recent tours. Released in theaters earlier this year, this revealing documentary directed by Su Yee Jung (My Life in Your Memories, 2015) and Oh Yoon Dong (Montecristo: The Musical Live, 2021 and Toy Soldiers: Fake Men 2 The Complete, 2020) has already become the high-grossing music documentary of 2021, and will be available to viewers in Malaysia on Wednesday, December 15.
Created as a love letter to BLACKPINK’s fan club – “BLINK” – BLACKPINK: THE MOVIE features exclusive interviews with members Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé and Lisa as they recount some of their favorite and most intimate memories from their whirlwind first five years. Throughout the documentary, fans can look forward to watching never-before-seen stories, as well as behind-the-scenes clips from music video shoots, concert rehearsals and unique art films created for each member of the group.
Featuring 10 different live performances shot during 2018’s “IN YOUR AREA” and 2021’s “THE SHOW” tours, fans will soon be able to experience the unforgettable spectacle of a BLACKPINK stadium tour right in the comfort of their living room.
BLACKPINK: THE MOVIE was announced in October as part of The Walt Disney Company’s APAC Content Showcase, where it unveiled 28 new APAC titles and ambitious plans to greenlight over 50 APAC Originals by 2023. Fans of BLACKPINK will soon be able to enjoy Jisoo’s first ever starring role in a Korean drama when Snowdrop, the thrilling story of a forbidden love between a young couple, launches exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar this month. Similarly, fans of Korean language content can also enjoy other APAC originals including Outrun by Running Man as well as the soon-to-be-released Rookie Cops, Grid, Kiss Sixth Sense, and Moving.