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Band members Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik and Harry Styles helped relaunch the boy band concept in 2010. Although critics have scored them for being “manufactured,” the band has had a string of No. 1 hits.
The new 3D documentary that will premiere in London today presents the band in a “more realistic manner” than music and concert vidos and the snippets that appear on social media sites, according to lead singer Styles.
“There is only so much you can get across in terms of your personality, you know, social media and like 10-minute interviews you do with people,” he told Reuters News Service in an interview.
Morgan Spurlock best known for his documentary “Super Size Me,” that was critical of the fast food industry, directed the film.
The video, however, is likely to be carefully edited to present the boys in the best light and will likely steer away from one of the biggest rumors to dog the group, whether one or more members are gay. Styles also brushed aside a question about whether the film will show “drugs and groupies.”
Spurlock believes the band’s success is due to the “down-to-earth personalities” of its members.
Check out their interviews for the documentary below and click here to see the live stream broadcast.