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Trailer and dates released for new One Direction concert film

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Did all of you Directioners hear the news? A trailer, dates, and other information has been released for the upcoming One Direction concert film. On Tuesday, Deadline announced when fans can expect to catch this movie in theaters. Parents, get your earplugs ready for this one.

Advertised as “the first ever full One Direction concert experience on the big screen,” the movie, titled, “One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film,” will only be in theaters for one weekend. Fans can watch the film on Saturday, October 11 and/or Sunday, October 12.

What makes this film different that the first One Direction movie, “One Direction: This Is Us?” Well the Morgan Spurlock directed movie was a documentary style film. It introduced each member, giving fans a feel of their history and place in the band. It didn’t feature all of the performances, sticking to only a handful of songs.

“One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film” will be a full length concert on the big screen. It will feature the concert, interviews, and backstage tour footage. The first One Direction picture grossed $68.5 million, with the new movie only being in theaters for two days there’s no telling where it will stand.

The source shares, “The Sony/Tri Star release was produced by Simon Cowell’s Syco Entertainment in association with Fulwell 73.” Cowell will return as an executive producer for “Where We Are – The Concert Film.” Paull Dugdale will be helming this chapter.

Fans can also expect for “One Direction: Where We Are – The Concert Film” to be released on DVD/Blu-ray on December 1st, just in time for the holidays.


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