One Direction talk about their fans, and the amazing success they've enjoyed, in this sneaky excerpt - SEE ABOVE from their new film 'Where We Are - The Concert Film'.
The follow-up big screen offering to Morgan Spurlock's documentary 'One Direction: This Is Us' will be shown in cinemas for one weekend only, the 11 and 12 October - got that,people? - but in 70 countries around the world, ahead of its DVD release on 1 December.
One Direction's Louis thinks their fans have got their back
The film promises to give fans around the world an un-missable opportunity to join Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis on the Italian leg of their sell-out world tour. Recorded at the iconic San Siro stadium in Milan, the film promises to provide a spectacular 75-minute full concert experience.
See the full trailer here...
Since they got together, at Simon Cowell's direction, for the 2010 series of 'X Factor, the group has sold more than 12 million records, travelled across the world, broken chart records in the US and made a personal fortunes of around £25 million between them.
Not bad for what Louis Tomlinson describes as "a bunch of scumbags" who shouldn't really be gracing the stage of Wembley Arena, according to him.
He says, "We're just scumbags who are blagging it.
"You look at the names of who's played at Wembley and you almost feel like you're not worthy of it.
"We just feel like we're just little scumbags."
It seems his fans don't entirely agree.