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One Direction announce new concert movie and release first trailer

One Direction is coming to theaters again later this year. After the success of their documentary, "This Is Us", last year One Direction is bringing their Where We Are Stadium Tour to theaters this October. However, the concert film will only be in theaters for one weekend only, October 11 and 12.

One Direction - "Where We Are: The Concert Film"
One Direction - "Where We Are: The Concert Film" YouTube: OneDirection

Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson announced the news on Monday, July 21 in one of their traditional scripted video announcements on YouTube and the full trailer was released on Tuesday, July 22 and it makes the whole thing look quite awesome. The boys previously announced the Where We Are concert DVD set to come out in December.

The movie will spotlight the boys' show at the world famous San Siro Stadium in Milan which took place June 28 and 29 during the Italian leg of the stadium tour. The film will be executively produced by Simon Cowell and made by the same production team who made their documentary. It will also feature clips of the boys talking about about the tour, their experiences on the road, and some behind the scenes clips that they want fans to see.

Speaking about the movie, a source close to the band told The Sun, "This could become the biggest concert movie ever. There's going to be more than 10,000 screenings internationally.”

“So many 1D fans didn’t get the chance to buy tickets to the band’s show because the stadium tour sold out, but this means no one will have to miss out.”

If this movie is anything like "This Is Us," which helped break Labor Day box office records and took in over $60 million, this movie will sure be another hit.

One Direction's Where We Are Stadium Tour will kick off its North American leg of the tour on August 1 in Toronto before coming to an end on October 5 in Miami. The show will not stop by Denver, but will make stops in nearby cities like Phoenix, Tulsa, and St. Louis.