Jonas Brothers Say 3-D Film Lets Fans See Things 'From Our Perspective'

Joe Jonas says '3D Concert Experience' shows 'what it looks like when you see the audience every day.'

It's not easy being the most popular boy band in the world. There's only a select few guys in this world who understand what it's like to have millions of teenage girls worship your very existence. These days, those guys are the [artist id="2088128"]Jonas Brothers[/artist], and they're hoping their new flick, "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience," will give fans an in-depth look into their life.

Joe, the middle JoBro, shared with MTV News one moment in particular that he thought really got captured well in 3-D. "I think when we kick off the show and you see the riser kind of fly up in the air," he explained. "For us, that was a really perfect moment that got captured."

He said it's moments like this that will allow fans to "see it from our perspective, what it looks like when you see the audience every day. ... So when somebody else gets to see it, it's a great feeling, and they're just like, 'Whoa!' so it was cool."

The tour in the film is the culmination of a lot of hard work on the guys' end, some of which didn't make the final cut. "It wasn't in the movie, but the first couple rehearsals for the tour, [there were] a lot of problems just coordinating the whole show," Nick said. "We didn't have much time to rehearse. It finally came together, but it took a little bit of frustration and sleepless nights."

The thing about the film that may surprise fans the most is the fact that the guys do their own stunts. As part of their show, there is a little stage that slowly lifts them in the air and brings them from the back of the stage to the front. This is followed by three individual narrow pedestals that each brother stands on, and they rise up out of the ground to lift the JoBros what must be about 20 feet in the air. Then they play their instruments all the way up there.

It looks pretty dangerous, but the guys insist it was all in good fun. "We really enjoy it," Kevin assured us. "A lot of people were scared that we weren't even harnessed in. We were harnessed in. ... It was very, very cool."

The boys will get up close and personal with their fans this weekend, when they make surprise visits to a few theaters showing the film — and MTV News will be along for the ride.

Check out everything we've got on "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience."

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