'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky': Netflix drops trailer for K-pop group's docu and fans are 'more excited than ever'

The documentary will chronicle Blackpink's career from their grand debut in 2016 to their rise to global stardom in 2020


                            'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky': Netflix drops trailer for K-pop group's docu and fans are 'more excited than ever'
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Blackpink has revealed the trailer for its latest documentary feature premiering worldwide exclusively on Netflix on October 14. The documentary, titled 'Light Up The Sky', which was announced by the K-pop superstars earlier last month, will chronicle Blackpink's career from their grand debut in 2016 to their rise to global stardom in 2020. Announcing the trailer, the official Twitter account of Netflix wrote, "Jennie & Jisoo & Lisa & Rosé. Watch the official trailer for 'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky', on Netflix globally on October 14."

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The official Netflix Queue account posted the posters for 'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky' and said, "'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky' — First Look," while, in another tweet, the account wrote, "Blackpink is one of the most popular groups in the world, but how well do you actually know Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa? 'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky' premieres October 14."

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In the main trailer clip, which you can watch below, Blackpink members are seen as professional musicians recording in the studio and practicing tirelessly as well as moments when the stars reflect back on their difficult and competitive trainee days. 'Blackpink: Light Up the Sky' also features never-before-seen footage of the members during their career so far.

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Fans of the K-pop girl group were quick to trend the new trailer on Twitter by relentlessly posting about it. One fan, quoting the girls from the trailer, tweeted, "'It's like a family home video'. 'It's not like, oh, 'Blackpink: Light Up The Sky'. It's like, ''@Blackpink, how did they grow up,'" while another, tweeting about the film's Korean title, wrote, "The official Korean title for ‘Light Up the Sky’ is “세상을 밝혀라” which directly translates as ‘Light up/Brighten up the World’ aww."

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Another fan, posting screenshots of an interview with the documentary's director, said, "'Blackpink: Light Up The Sky''s director talks about the documentary. Netflix only trusted the most successful documentary director in Hollywood to film the girls' hard work and success story. Now I am more excited than ever. I am emotional, you don't understand."

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'Blackpink: Light Up The Sky' will feature exclusive interviews with members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa. It will follow the trials and tribulations of being a K-pop star, the recording process, and will climax with their historic 2019 Coachella performance. It has been directed by Caroline Suh, known for directing Netflix’s 'Salt Fat Acid Heat' and is produced by RadicalMedia. The executive producers of 'Blackpink: Light Up The Sky' are Cara Mones, Jon Kamen, David Sirulnick and Zara Duffy.

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