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First Trailer for One Direction's 3D Movie Surfaces Online

February 9, 2013 (3:24 am) GMT
The bootleg version of the trailer hits the web, giving a look at the 1D members as they have fun in between breaks during their world tour.

's 3D movie has released its first trailer via U.K.'s breakfast television program, "Daybreak". A bootleg version of the video has made its round onto the web, unveiling a look at the five members of the British-Irish boyband as they did some fun stuff during their tour which always attracted millions of young female fans.

Another footage, which was unleashed on "" show, was also shared online in a bootleg version. In similar tone to the first sneak peek, this one focuses on the boys' activities during the tour. They are seen doing some rehearsals, interacting with fans, and playing some fun games together.

The untitled One Direction 3D movie is developed at Sony Pictures and will highlight the behind-the-scene moments of , , , and . It will be based on their story behind the hit single "What Makes You Beautiful".

The music movie reportedly will be a blend of concert footage and pieces of the boys' stories that will give chances to fans to see glimpses of their idols' real life. Tapped to serve behind the lens is Morgan Spurlock, who has worked for such documentaries as "Super Size Me" and "The Greatest Movie Ever Sold".

1D's 3D movie will hit theaters in the U.S. on August 30.

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