One Direction Insist Their Movie Is Unscripted
Boy band assure fans they'll reveal their true selves in This Is Us...
Boy band One Direction have insisted that their forthcoming documentary film This Is Us is completely unscripted.
The fivesome told Total Film magazine that the movie just shows them acting naturally - because they wanted to show fans who they really are.
Louis Tomlinson said: "No, nothing at all was scripted. You know if we are asked the questions… we just answer naturally.
"Because I think that's the most important part, that we show people who we are. And you know, to do that we can't have anything scripted. So it's all a reality."
And bandmate Zayn Malik said that they had felt they were in safe hands with Morgan Spurlock, the American filmmaker famous for Supersize Me.
He said: "That's the cool thing about working with someone like Morgan. Because he is so hands-on and involved, you do kind of feel like you have full control of everything that is going on."
The movie opens in UK cinemas on 29 August.
We told you yesterday how The Wanted had accused rivals 1D of "doing a runner" when they were in New York at the same time.