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26 July 2013, 11:51
Film producer Ben Winston also says the film proves One Direction are still as nice as they were before finding fame.
One Direction's 3D movie producer says the band's real-life story is better than anything a scriptwriter could have come up with, and promises fans they will get to know the boys better than ever in new film This Is Us.
The 'Live While We're Young' singers concert movie is due for release in cinemas next month, and producer Ben Winston says the group's meteoric rise to fame gave them the perfect way to tell the story of One Direction.
"I think that if you were to go into a Hollywood office and say 'I got this idea for a film. Five unknown guys coming from absolutely nowhere and within two or three years they're going to be some of the most famous artists on the planet, winning MTV Awards, be hugely successful, having world tours'," producer Ben Winston revealed to MTV News this week. "I think you'd go, 'I don't believe that script, that can't be true, it could never happen'.
"So therefore you've already got a wonderful story that you're able to tell," he explained. "And Morgan [Spurlock] and myself and all of the time have done a job of portraying that really and showing who the boys are, what they've gone through.
"I think people must think they must have changed, they can't be as nice as they are," Ben added. "I can promise you they really are and I think that will come through in This Is Us."
Check out a still of One Direction from their 'Best Song Ever' music video below:
The 'Little Things' five-piece celebrated three years as a band together this week, while out on their 'Take Me Home' world tour across America.
One Direction released new single 'Best Song Ever' this week.