1D rep denies This Is Us sequel

1D rep denies This Is Us sequel

A representative for One Direction has denied filmmaker Morgan Spurlock's claim the boy band is filming a sequel to hit documentary This Is Us.

The director who helmed the hit 2013 behind-the-scenes film recently told the Daily Mirror newspaper that the fivesome will hit the big screen for a second time, and that "producer Ben Winston is with the band on their world tour filming what happens".However, a rep for One Direction's Columbia Records label tells Billboard the announcement was "false", stating: "Spurlock is not involved with any filming with the band. There's always filming on the road, but not for a second feature film."The 3D concert film proved to be a success for the band, as it debuted at number one at the U.S. box office, and has grossed $68 million (£41 million) worldwide.The Story of My Life hitmakers are currently on an international stadium tour and will perform at Dublin's Croke Park later this month.


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