Jonas Brothers To Surprise Audiences At Movie Theaters -- And MTV News Will Be There!

'The 3D Concert Experience' opens Friday, and the boys will be visiting undisclosed theaters this weekend.

The [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist] seem to be everywhere this week promoting their new movie, "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience," which opens Friday. With a slew of TV appearances in the bag and more lined up for the coming days, the guys will be surprising audiences by attending select viewings of the film at undisclosed theaters across the country in a stunt they're calling the "Surprise Theater Invasion" — and MTV News will be along for part of the ride!

Nick, Joe and Kevin announced at a press conference at Million Air in Burbank, California, that they will be popping into select theaters across the country to surprise fans. "We can't give too many details as to what cities or how many cities we'll be going to," Nick Jonas said Monday night, according to "Entertainment Tonight." "What we can tell you is, it will be a coast-to-coast tour, and it's really all about our fans and being able to experience this with them."

The guys stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Monday night, and Joe joked that they will be stopping by the theaters "dressed as Joaquin Phoenix," which threw Nick into a fit of laughter before Kevin did his best Joaquin impersonation and shared that he "would love it" if he would join them. (Phoenix made a memorably bizarre appearance on David Letterman's show earlier this month.)

Although Joaquin will probably not be joining the guys for the trek, MTV News will be on hand for some of the craziness this weekend, so check back for updates.

Joe also joked to Kimmel that since the film is in 3-D, fans may not even believe that the real guys are right there in the room with them. "They'll be like, 'This is really good graphics.' "

"This is a concert experience, not only because you're watching a show but because you're a part of it," Nick said at the press conference. "You're a part of our family in the movie, and we want to be there with them when they see it."