One Direction release Where We Are movie trailer ahead of big screen return
Harry Styles and the boys will be back on the big screen in October
Boyband One Direction have released a teaser trailer for their new film, Where We Are, much to the delight of dedicated Directioners worldwide.
The former X Factor contestants are returning to the big screen on 11 and 12 October after the huge success of Morgan Spurlock-directed documentary, This Is Us, which remains the fourth highest-grossing concert movie ever after taking £48.6m at the global box office in 2013.
Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson will bring their live performance to cinemas after their 69 date global tour of the same name.
"In 2014, the world's biggest band set out on their biggest tour ever," text presented over concert footage reads. "This October, they're coming to you Get closer than ever before, be part of the phenomenon."
The sold-out gig featured in the movie was recorded at Milan’s San Siro stadium and includes hits such as “Best Song Ever” and “What Makes You Beautiful”.
Exclusive backstage footage and a 15-minute unseen interview will also be shown in the film, along with the screams from arenas packed with teenagers.
Fans can keep an eye out for more news on the official website, 1Dconcertfilm.com, with screening tickets on sale from 28 July.
The movie is scheduled for a DVD release on 1 December, just in time for Christmas.
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