One Direction Not Filming 'This Is Us' Sequel: Update

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One Direction, winner of the British Video and Global Success BRIT awards, pose in the winners room at The BRIT Awards 2014 at 02 Arena on February 19, 2014 in London, England. 

Morgan Spurlock's quotes about the follow-up were apparently "false."

A rep for Columbia Records, One Direction's U.S. label, has denied a report from the U.K.'s Mirror that the boy band is working on a sequel to their 2013 3D concert "One Direction: This Is Us."

On Sunday (May 11), the Mirror posted an interview with "This Is Us" director Morgan Spurlock, who was quoted, "Yes, there will be a follow-up to 'This Is Us'… At this moment [producer] Ben Winston is with the band on their world tour filming what happens. He worked with me and is a great producer." However, a rep for Columbia tells Billboard that these are "false" claims.

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"[Spurlock] is not involved with any filming with the band," says the label rep. "There's always filming on the road, but not for a second feature film."

Released last August, "One Direction: This Is Us" debuted at No. 1 at the U.S. box office, and has grossed $68 million worldwide to date, according to Box Office Mojo. One Direction kicked off their international stadium tour on April 25, and will be on the road through the fall.


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