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29 November 2012, 12:07
The 'Little Things' singer has been given a camera to film the band on their upcoming tour shows.
One Direction's Niall Horan has revealed he has been filming some of the band's antics himself for their upcoming 3D movie.
The 'Live While We're Young' singers release their first cinematic outing in August next year, and Niall says the film crew have given him his own camera to catch some of the goings on behind the scenes.
"Niall's got a camera, so he's going to film some of the film," band member Louis Tomlinson revealed to MTV News this week, while Niall explained: "They've given me a camera for the movie, so we've going to be going around.
"We've already kind of started and the cameras are already coming out on the road with us a bit more now," Niall added. "Hopefully it'll turn out as well as we want it too."
The 'What Makes You Beautiful' singers opened up about the upcoming movie this week, which is being helmed by Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock, with Liam Payne promising the director has come up with some "interesting concepts" for the project.
Check out a picture of Niall Horan performing on The Today Show in America this month below (Credit: Getty):
Louis, Niall, Liam and bandmates Harry Styles and Zayn Malik say the film will give their fans unprecedented access to their lives as they want them to get to know the band "even deeper".
One Direction's 3D concert movie is due out on 30th August while the band are due to play the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 on 8th December.