Just a year after This Is Us made a whopping $67M at the box office, One Direction are officially making their movie comeback.
The 1D boys confirmed their sequel, Where We Are, this morning following months of various tabloid rumours.
According to the boys’ statement, the second installment of 1D action – which is set to be released and screened over October 11th and 12th – will feature an exclusive look at one of One Direction’s shows for the first time on the big screen.
The statement reads: “Currently in the midst of the epic 69-date ‘Where We Are’ global tour, One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film will give fans the opportunity to join the world’s biggest band on stage for the One Direction concert experience.
“Recorded at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan from the sell-out Italian leg of the tour, this one-off cinema event features the live concert including all of One Direction’s biggest hits, plus a 15 minute never-before-seen interview cut with exclusive behind the scenes footage.
“This global and exclusive celebration is a chance for many to watch the tour for the first time, or to relive the spectacle with friends and get closer than ever before in true high definition and 5.1 surround sound.”
There will be more than 10,000 screenings over 50 countries in over 3000 screens globally, apparently making it “the biggest global ‘event cinema’ release ever”.