As their quest for world domination continues, BTS has announced the name of their upcoming documentary, "Burn the Stage: The Movie," set to be released in theaters on Nov. 15.
The documentary, which was initially released last year as an eight-part series on YouTube, will combine the episodes to make an 85-minute movie. New and re-edited footage will be added.
The K-Pop group recently wrapped the U.S. portion of their BTS World Tour: Love Yourself concluding with a show at New York's Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.
The tour suffered a mild setback on Tuesday as BTS member Jungkook injured himself immediately prior to their London concert and had to perform their two O2 Arena shows singing while seated.
In a statement, the BTS camp explained "Approximately two hours ago following the rehearsal and sound check, Jung Kook was lightly stretching in the waiting room when he collided with floor furnishings and suffered an injury to his heel. Medical staff immediately responded and performed the necessary treatment. The opinion of the medical team is that while the injury is not serious, performing choreography may do further damage to the injured area."
BTS' world tour continues with an appearance at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on Oct. 13.