Ain't My Fault Zara Larsson
18 December 2012, 10:39
The 'Little Things' stars confirm filming on the project has already been going on for some time now.
One Direction have revealed they have been filming for their upcoming 3D movie for some time, and promise all of their personalities will come across in the documentary film.
The 'Live While We're Young' singers are working with Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock on the project and say fans will have a "real insight" into what each member of the band is really like.
"We've been documenting stuff for a long time actually, just because it's important," Louis Tomlinson revealed to Billboard recently. "We've had a crazy week and a crazy year, it's important to document everything on the way really.
"I'm excited about the prospect of the film, it's a great chance to all get across our personalities," the 'Little Things' singer explained. "The fans do know them to a degree, but they'll get a real chance to have a real insight on what our day to day is and exactly what we do."
Fellow One Direction star Harry Styles went on to say how important the film is to them all, so they have something to look back on in the future.
"We're excited. I think we're had cameras on us for a long time, we've just been filming a lot of stuff," Harry teased. "It's just going to be exciting to watch it back.
"Just to have the ability to be able to kind of look back at that while we're older and to have your children see it will be amazing."
Check out a picture of One Direction performing at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 two weekends ago below (Credit: PA):
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' stars are currently preparing to unveil the music video for their brand new single 'Kiss You'.
One Direction's 3D concert movie is tentatively set for release in August 2013.