Backstreet Boys fans unite! The trailer for the much-awaited documentary, “Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You're Made Of” is finally here.
"From 1999 to about 2002, we were the biggest band in the world. Then it just stopped. What do you do when you’re a full-grown man in a boy band?” the trailer starts with a melodramatic tone.
The “Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You're Made Of” documentary would reportedly follow the band members AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter and Kevin Richardson for two years as they record and plan their tour for their most recent album, “In a World Like This.”
The documentary would also show a glimpse of how the band first started out, their struggles with fame and even quite a bit of drama with the boys. At one point, Carter was seen angrily pointing and shouting, “I'm not afraid of you anymore!”
"We've been filming during the making of the record, the rehearsals for the tour, while we've been out on the road," Richardson previously told Billboard. "It's kind of a making-of the record along with our story, how we got together and the ups and downs and the roller coaster that we've been on."
Backstreet Boys is one of the biggest boyband in the ‘90s. They sold more than 130 million records worldwide, and their hit single “I Want It That Way” topped the singles charts in more than 25 countries.
In April 2013, the Backstreet Boys received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
The “Backstreet Boys: Show Em What You're Made Of” documentary will hit theaters and VOD on Jan. 30, 2015.
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