The Backstreet Boys are back... alright, and they're hitting the big screen.
To celebrate 20 years in music, the boys, well, technically men, are giving fans an inside glimpse at what life is like now for one of the biggest boy bands in music history.
"BACKSTREET BOYS: SHOW 'EM WHAT YOU'RE MADE OF" will hit theaters and video on demand on Jan. 30, 2015 in a movie that chronicles the ups and downs of the past two years of their lives.
"From 1992 to 2002 we were the biggest band in the world. No one thought it was going to be as big as it was," Brian Littrell said in a statement. "Then it just stopped. And what do you do when you're a full-grown man in a boy band?"
The documentary, directed by Stehen Kijak, also looks back at their chart-topping career and features all five members -- Brian, Kevin, Nick, Howie and AJ -- reliving their journey while talking about internal issues and the extremes of fame, fortune and betrayal (!!!). Sounds interesting... and scandalous!
The documentary will also have its world television premiere as part of "VH1 Rock Docs," slated to debut on VH1 in Spring of 2015.