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13 November 2012, 15:06 | Updated: 13 November 2012, 15:09
The film will be directed by Super Size Me star Morgan Spurlock for release in cinemas in summer 2013.
One Direction have announced they will release a 3D concert movie in cinemas next year.
The 'Little Things' five-piece revealed plans for their first cinematic outing during an appearance on The Today Show in New York City earlier today (13th November) and confirmed it will be out worldwide in August 2013.
"So we are going to do our first ever movie," band member Niall Horan announced to the hundreds of fans in attendance for the show in Rockafeller Plaza this morning. "It's going to be in 3D and it's coming to cinemas near you on the 30th August 2013."
Following the boys' announcement it was confirmed that Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock will be producing and directing the project, while Simon Cowell has admitted he is "delighted" about the project.
"I'm delighted we're making this film and Morgan [Spurlock] is the perfect person to give that access-all-areas, behind the scenes look into what it's like to be One Direction today," Syco boss Simon said in a statement. "What the band have achieved is incredible, they and their fans have made history around the world, and this is for them.
"This is an incredible opportunity and an amazing moment in time for the band," documentary maker Spurlock added. "To capture this journey and share it with audiences around the world will be an epic undertaking that I am proud to be a part of."
The 'One Thing' singers went on to perform their recent hit single 'Live While We're Young' for the many fans camped in the centre of New York City to see them, after arriving back in the US over the weekend.
One Direction launched their new album 'Take Me Home' this week and will release their newly announced 3D concert movie on Labour Day weekend 2013 (30th August).
Watch One Direction's performance of 'Live While We're Young' below: