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Friday 28 November 2014

1D fans camp it up for movie premiere

One Direction fans camp out in Leicester Square last night for the band's arrival at today's premiere of One Direction: This Is Us
One Direction fans camp out in Leicester Square last night for the band's arrival at today's premiere of One Direction: This Is Us

Hordes of die-hard One Direction fans spent last night camped out on London's streets for today's premiere of the boyband's new film.

Young devotees slept rough in Leicester Square using coats for pillows and umbrellas as sunshades to get a prime spot to see their heroes on the red carpet.

The film, called One Direction: This Is Us, was made by Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock and follows the boys' life on the road as they shot to worldwide fame.

The 1D boys – Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson – joined Spurlock to speak to the Press head of the premiere.

Louis said making the film was "nerve-racking" but revealed there could be a sequel if it's a hit.

Harry said it would allow fans to learn more about them.

He added: "We just want to show what we're about and with social media and stuff there's only so much you can get across in terms of your personality."

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