A new extended version of ONE DIRECTION's debut movie is heading to cinemas after it proved a hit with fans.
One Direction: This Is Us was an instant hit upon its release at the end of August (13), garnering more than $60 million around the world in ticket sales.
Now bosses at Sony Pictures, the studio behind the Morgan Spurlock film, have announced they a fresh cut of the project will be out on Friday (20Sep13).
One Direction: This Is Us - Extended Fan Cut will feature fresh footage and four extra songs from the band's concerts.
Jeff Blake, marketing chairman for Sony Pictures, says, "We're overwhelmed by the response to the film, so we're thrilled to be able to release this extended cut for One Direction fans."
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