Sony Pictures has announced it's making a 3-D film about the award winning boy band, One Direction. The film is due out Labor Day Weekend, 2013, and will give fans a behind the scenes look at the popular boy band.
The movie will be directed by Super Size Me star and director, Morgan Spurlock, Billboard reports.
"This is an incredible opportunity and an amazing moment in time for the band," said Spurlock. "To capture this journey and share it with audiences around the world will be an epic undertaking that I am proud to be a part of."
Spurlock, Ben Winson, Simon Cowell, and Adam Milano will produce the film.
The London based band was discovered in 2010 by Simon Cowell on the United Kingdom's X Factor, The Associated Press reports.
Cowell said he's "delighted" to be making the film and feels that Spurlock is the "perfect" person to give fans an-all access look into "what it's like to be One Direction Today," Billboard reports.
The group is made up of Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson.
The band appeared on NBC's Today Show Tuesday, and band member Niall Horan announced the movie news to a crowd of roaring fans, the Metro reports.
One Direction is famous for hit singles including "What Makes You Beautiful," "One Thing and "Live While We're Young."
Last month, "Live While We're Young" became the "fastest selling single by a British act." The single sold 341,000 copies in a week, The Guardian reports.
On Sunday, November 11, the band won big at the MTV EMAs in Frankfurt, Germany, taking home the awards for Biggest Fans and Best New (musical act).