One Direction Releases Trailer Of 'Where We Are - The Concert Film,' Fans Go Crazy On Twitter [SEE VIDEO]
By nidhi tewari | September 5, 2014 6:52 PM EST
One Direction is not splitting as a band and they have proved it by releasing the trailer of their highly-anticipated concert film "Where We Are." The fans of the boy band are going crazy on social media after the trailer was dropped on September 4 Thursday via One Direction's YouTube account.
British singer Harry Styles from the band One Direction arrives to attend the presentation of the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2014 collection during the London Fashion Week.
The less than 2-minute trailer shows never seen before footage of Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, and Zayn Malik from the Italian leg of their world tour. Most of the movie was reportedly shot and recorded at the San Siro stadium in Milan, Italy. The film will treat the "Directioners" to an exclusive backstage interview with the boys. The Twitter reaction to the movie trailer has been phenomenal. Check out some of the interesting tweets below.
I got the TICKETS FOR #1DWWAFilm
— Niall's babe (@Niallusionxx) September 5, 2014
World's biggest boyband. Our Idols One Direction. I really cried when I saw this 5hands again#1DWWAFilm http://t.co/4gE2bxzLwy — Dia J. || NiallHarry (@_deeyya) September 5, 2014
The video clip opens with the boys entering the stadium for their performance. Another shot captures the maddening crowd (mostly consisting of young girls) waiting for the gates to be opened. The boys kick off their performance to a fully packed stadium. The essence of their performance is captured in various shots and then the camera shows them backstage in an exclusive interview.
Not only have the One Direction boys released the trailer of "Where We Are - The Concert Film" but also earned a place for themselves in the Guinness Book Of Records for being the first British band to debut at number one with three albums in the United States. The "Midnight Memories" singers have already been presented with their trophy at an event in New Jersey some time back when they were in the city for their "Where We Are Tour."
"This really is one of our proudest moments, both for us and our incredible fans. Whenever we talk about it we always say how cool it is that we did it first, how sick is that?!" revealed Niall Horan of the group.
One Direction fans can see the band's upcoming movie "Where We Are - The Concert Film" in cinemas across 70 countries on October 11 and 12. The DVD release is scheduled for December 1.
Source: Youtube.com/One Direction Vevo
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