One Direction: This is Us With Extended Fan Cut
It's somewhat of a phenomenon that some musicians win all the prizes the European market has to offer and sell millions of records but don't manage to get the same standing in the US. Robbie Williams is one famous example of this paradox and is not happy about it (although a brief look at his bank account should solve the severe issues that come along with such a situation). The British teen pop group One Direction was luckier than Williams and is immensely popular in the US of A.
And since Justin Bieber did it before with his documentary Never Say Never and managed to haul in almost 100 million just in cinemas worldwide, the time had obviously come for a tour film of One Direction called This is Us. It was directed by Morgan Spurlock, which was a little surprise since he got an Oscar nomination for his exposing fastfood documentary Super Size Me back in 2005.
And they seem to orientate themselves at the Canadian ex-boyfriend of Selena Gomez in other aspects, as well. The release strategy is identical to the one that Never Say Never got. While that was in cinemas, fans were tempted to visit the theaters once more because an Extended Fan Cut came out along the way. This is Us gets the same treatment with a new version that adds 20 minutes of material. It's highly likely that this ends up on the future DVD/BD releases, as well.