Monsta X Is Coming to a Theater Near You With ‘The Dreaming’
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Monsta X Is Coming to a Theater Near You With ‘The Dreaming’

There’s an altogether different type of beast coming to cinemas.

K-pop stars Monsta X will light up the big screen in more than 70 countries this December with Monsta X: The Dreaming.

The feature film is said to be an inside look at the six-piece group’s journey over the past six years, and includes exclusive one-on-one interviews with its members, Shownu, Minhyuk, Kihyun, Hyungwon, Joohoney, and I.M.

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And, of course, The Dreaming will feature high-energy performances of hits along with an exclusive glimpse at “One Day” and other tracks lifted from their forthcoming album, also named Monsta X: The Dreaming.

Korea audiences will be first in line, with the Monsta X film premiering in their homeland on Dec. 8. The worldwide cinema rollout begins Dec. 9.

Monsta X: The Dreaming is presented by Starship Entertainment Co. Ltd. / Intertwine Music, and will be released in South Korea and Japan by CJ 4DPlex, and in all other territories by Trafalgar Releasing.

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Trafalgar Releasing, along with its global partners, have enjoyed K-pop silver screen successes with multiple BTS events, including a box office of $24.3 million in 2019 with Bring The Soul: The Movie; and Blackpink: The Movie, which grossed nearly $4.8 million globally this year during the pandemic.

Monsta X last month released the single “One Day,” their first the English-language release since their sixth studio album, All About Luv. That album, recorded entirely in English, peaked at No. 5 on Billboard 200 chart upon its release in February 2020, and stayed on the survey for two weeks.

Read more on Monsta X: The Dreaming here.


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