One Direction releasing second concert film

One Direction releasing second concert film

A SECOND MOVIE:The boy band's 2013 documentary, "This Is Us," proved to be a success for them - it has grossed $68 million worldwide. Photo: Associated Press

One Direction are releasing their second concert film this autumn.

“The Story of My Life” hitmakers recently wrapped the European leg of their Where We Are stadium tour, and for one weekend only, fans around the world will be able to see the full concert on the big screen.

Filmed at Milan, Italy’s iconic San Siro stadium, the movie will include performances from the band, as well as interviews and exclusive backstage tour footage.

The “Where We Are” concert film will only be in cinemas on Oct. 11 and 12, but it will be available on DVD in December.

The boy band’s 2013 documentary, “This Is Us,” proved to be a success for them – it has grossed $68 million worldwide.

Rumors surfaced earlier this year that filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, who directed “This Is Us,” was set to return for a sequel, but a representative for One Direction’s Columbia Records label insisted he was not involved with any filming with the band.

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