There is a chance for fans to get a early screening of the Backstreet Boys documentary on January 29th. A email was sent from BackstreetBoys.com with details on how fans in the US can get a sneek preview of the documentary. As well as a video of AJ explaining this oppertunity. Watch it on Vimeo.
Backstreet Army, it’s time…. (US only)
You’ve asked for it, and here it is! We’re bringing you the opportunity to help us decide where we release our film one-night early for special eventized screenings of BACKSTREET BOYS: SHOW ‘EM WHAT YOU’RE MADE OF! How Do I Get the Documentary to MY City?
Ok so you’re probably wondering what exactly does this mean? It means that by heading here: http://bsbmovie.tugg.com/ and submitting your email and zip code you’ll be the first to hear if your town will receive an early screening. We’ll be sure to keep you updated once we launch events in your area, but for now, here’s how you can help share this opportunity:
1. Share the event link above on Facebook, Twitter, etc. and ask your friends and followers to sign up now!
It’s officially out! The trailer for the upcoming Backstreet Boys documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” is now available on iTunes!
Visit iTunes to watch the trailer online. iTunes also has mentioned that we can now pre-order the documentary and it will be released the same day it’s released in theaters! January 30th. To pre-order click here.
The trailer is now available on the boys official youtube.
Stephen Kijak (the director of the BSB documentary) posted some exciting news on the documentary on twitter today. Some fans had asked when we’d be able to see the official trailer for documentary. He replied to a few of the fans with one word. Tomorrow!
He also mentioned for the international release fans will have some information early January. This was his tweet about the international release.
BSB International! @BSBtheMovie look for info early Jan – tons of screens being booked “all around the world”! Really excited.
Backstreet Boys are already gearing up for the release of their upcoming documentary. A few days ago AJ filmed what looks to be a interview. It’s uncertain as of right now what this could be for. The following was posted on the Twitter account for the documentary.
— BSBMovie (@BSBtheMovie) December 6, 2014
Over the last week since the Backstreet Boys have announced the release of their documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of there has been a lot of press about ir. Many news and entertainment sites are posting the announcment of the documentary. Vist the press section to read several articles from MTV, Billboard, Idolator, CNN and more to be added!
Clizbeats interviewed Nick and talked about the upcoming Backstreet Boys documentary.
The next big project in BSB’ future is the upcoming documentary. Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of which is being released on January 30, 2015 in North America and Internationally in February 26, 2015.
Back in August some fans were lucky enough to see the documentary in a special screening. A screening that was set in hopes that someone would be interested in distributing the movie. With these screenings both in NYC and LA we learned some stuff about the documentary. Here’s what we know so far about the documentary based on these screenings and what BSB have mentioned.
Originally the documentary was going to be about the recording process of their most recent album In A World Like This. Where we’d get to see the boys (yes, I know they’re all grown men but they’ll always be our boys!) living in a house in London, England while they recorded the album for 3 weeks in July 2012. The first album as five again since Kevin had left the group in 2006.
Instead it ended up being a documentary about their careers. Their highs and lows. The good times and the bad times. They will include some old footage from the early days of BSB and talk about Lou Pearlman who put them together. Possibly show footage from the height of their careers. We’re also thinking they will touch on AJ’s personal issues and Kevin leaving as both impacted the group. Fans who attended the screening suggest bringing tissues. We can only imagine that it will be emotional at times. Many of us fans grew up with the boys. We saw them through everything. Whether it was about BSB or their personal lives.
After recording in London BSB came back to the US and in September 2012 decided to travel to each of their hometowns. They visited their old schools and talk about their past. Based on some twitter updates at the time they also took a road trip to some of the cities.
Yahoo.com has released the poster for the upcoming Backstreet Boys documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of. Click the photo below to view it on Yahoo’s website!
More2Screen the company releasing the Backstreet Boys Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of documentary world wide mentioned on their website that there will be a LIVE acoustic performance by the boys at the February 26 screening at 7pm GMT. The performance will be streamed via satellite in theaters.
No word if there will be a acoustic performance for the US and Canada release on January 30th. Hopefully there will be one! Once there are more details on the documentary including any premieres, events, theaters etc the info will be posted here.
It’s official! We now have the release date for the Backstreet Boys documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of!
The documentary will be released in theaters and video On Demand January 30, 2015 for the US and Canada! Sometime in the Spring the documentary will premiere on TV as part of VH1’s Rock Docs series. While a international release is set for February 26, 2015 in theaters.
Read more about the documentary on BackstreetBoys.com!