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BTSs Burn The Stage movie will be dubbed not subbed and fans are losing their minds

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BTSs Burn The Stage release date is just around the corner, and already fans are showing concern about the up coming movie.

The film will feature around the bands Wings tour last year, and will give an intimate look at members RM, V, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, Suga and J-Hope in their most candid moments.

However, with just five days before it hits the big screen, Vue cinema has dropped a bombshell and the BTS Army do not like what theyre hearing.

Taking to Twitter, one fan innocently asked whether or not the movie will be subtitled.

Despite expecting a simple yes, the fandom were shocked when they found out that Burn The Stage will in fact be dubbed.

@VueHelp @saltpepperboiis @VueHelp me and a lot of armys are wondering if we can refund our tickets? I bought ticke… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


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@VueHelp @saltpepperboiis Is there a chance that we could get an explanation as to why it will be dubbed? Never in… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


BTS UK ARMY UNITE (@BTSUKUNITE) November 10, 2018

@VueHelp @saltpepperboiis WE WANT SUBTITLES, army are going to see the movie to hear their voices not some random p… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


💧 (@vxlvetjoon) November 10, 2018

@VueHelp @saltpepperboiis I will demand a refund if this is correct, i didnt pay £12.50 to sit and listen to someo… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


chloe 💗 (@silkyyoonie) November 10, 2018

@VueHelp @saltpepperboiis The movie is all about them showing their real selves, the person that they are behind th… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…


🛡 • Allexi Mae | #AlwaysWithJimin (@seoulexiah) November 10, 2018

Replying to the question, Vue Cinemas Help tweeted: Hey! the Burn The Stage performance will be dubbed and not subtitled. -Jessica.

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But fans were not happy with the response and asked the cinema to either sub the film or have nothing at all.

One wrote: I will demand a refund if this is correct, i didnt pay £12.50 to sit and listen to someone else speak. #NoDubbingBTS.

Another added: WE WANT SUBTITLES, army are going to see the movie to hear their voices not some random people translating, id rather not know what their saying and watch it without any translations at this point thanks.

Someone else commented: Is there a chance that we could get an explanation as to why it will be dubbed? Never in history has BTS content ever been dubbed so this is a big shock. Everyone who has booked tickets has, of course, expected it with subtitles. We want to hear their own voices.

A fourth replied: me and a lot of armys are wondering if we can refund our tickets? I bought tickets to hear BTS speak not someone elses voice. Please try for subtitles or nothing and just their voices. We would rather here their voices if you cant put subs.

It is still unknown as to whether or not the Vue will be able to whip up some subtitles before the film airs on the 15 November, but with the response on Twitter, theyre sure to have heard the Armys request loud and clear.

The Vue have since tweeted: Sorry guys, we may have confused everyone here regarding BTS, were checking our facts and we will be back with an official answer soon. Thanks.

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BTS dropped the trailer for Burn The Stage just last month, and it looks as though it will be pretty awesome.

The movie takes fans behind the scenes of what its like to be part of the worlds biggest band, and follows on from their massively successful YouTube series of the same name.

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Fans feature heavily in the trailer, as do private moments between the band, and J-Hope playing with a puppy.

Metro.co.uk have reached out to the Vue for further comment.

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