Ever since he enlisted in the military last December, ARMYs have no doubt been missing BTS' Jin so dearly. Now here's good news for all the Seokjinnies out there: Jin is returning to the big screen with Coldplay's new concert film in April.
On March 1, Coldplay announced that it is releasing a film, titled “Coldplay – Music Of The Spheres: Live At River Plate,” which is a director's cut of their "Music of the Sphere" concert held on Oct. 28, 2022 at Buenas Aires' River Plate Stadium.
The film is set to hit theaters worldwide on April 19 and 23 this year, and will include a behind-the-scenes look at Jin's appearance at the concert.
🎬 Coldplay - Music Of The Spheres: Live at River Plate
📆 The definitive director's cut of the record-breaking concert film, in cinemas worldwide on April 19 and 23
🎟 Tickets on sale March 8 from https://t.co/vIuX5yvzut #ColdplayRiverPlateFilm pic.twitter.com/gpOKF9p1HI— Coldplay (@coldplay) March 1, 2023
During the concert, Jin went up on stage to perform the track The Astronaut, which the British rock group co-wrote with the K-pop idol. It was also on that same day that the single was released worldwide as Jin's debut solo song.
To further mark the importance of their collaboration on-stage, Coldplay had a live broadcast of the show in 70 countries across the world.
The upcoming film will take Coldplay fans and ARMYs to the concert, but with remastered sounds and visuals captured using 360-degree filming techniques from BAFTA-winning and Grammy-nominated director Paul Dugdale.
It will document how the phenomenal group performed their all-time hits Yellow, The Scientist, Fix You, Viva La Vida, A Sky Full Of Stars, and My Universe.
This is in addition to interviews with the band, as well as unseen footage which will serve as backstage access to Jin's interaction with Coldplay members Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland, Guy Berryman, Will Champion, and Phil Harvey.
Mark your calendars for March 8, ARMYs, as tickets will start selling on that day via coldplaycinema.live.