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Harry Styles: 'I'm happy if I can make my parents proud'

UK based boyband One Direction will release their new Where We Are tour concert film into select theatres this coming weekend and at an exclusive preview of the movie, footage was shown from the lads' interview with Ben Winston in which they open up about their proudest moments. 

Members Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, and Louis Tomlinson all cited star-studded awards ceremonies such as the BRITs and the MTV VMAs as their most memorable events, but heartthrob Harry Styles had another answer. 

He explained that wowing his parents is what makes everything feel the most worthwhile: "The things that make me the most proud are what make my parents' freak out." Styles added: "Like, my Grandma doesn't understand the VMA's... But when we met the Queen..."

Director and producer Winston, meanwhile, recently confessed that it's unlikely One Direction will ever shoot a fictional movie like the Spice Girls did with 'Spiceworld': "That's actually what's happened, so I don't think fiction could ever be as good as the story we've got with One Direction. I feel like we might as well tell the real story, because actually it's more impressive."

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Watch the trailer for the boys' concert film here: