The preview of the in-the-works documentary has everything a Directioner could ever ask for: footage of the guys wrestling, group dinners and epic shots of the guys onstage.
In between all the adorableness, the guys also get real, sharing what it's like to be in the biggest boy band in the world. "I always wanted a little brother, now I've got four of them," Liam Payne reveals in the trailer, which premiered Friday (February 8) on the U.K. morning show "Daybreak."
The trailer promises fans will "experience life on the road, in their 3-D movie event," and wraps up with "1D3D" flashing on the screen, possibly hinting at the name of the flick.
It's being directed by Morgan Spurlock, and will be partially shot by Niall Horan. The guys shot parts of the film in New York City last December, and will bank more footage as they hit the road on their world tour, which kicks off February 23 in London, before coming Stateside in June.
"Morgan works well because, like you said, he did a lot of documentary movies," Horan told MTV News late last year. "That's more so what we want our movie to be. It's going to be a concert movie, but with a documentary side than concert side so we wanted to get our personalities across because the fans know us, but we want them to know us deeper."
Payne added, "I think he's come up with a lot of interesting concepts and stuff for films, so it's just going to be really exciting to work with him and see what he comes out of the bag for us."
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