Giving an update to 'The Jonas Brothers: Burning Up', a 3-D concert movie highlighting the pop rock band's latest tour, it is said that it is set for February 2009 release.
Back in May, words circulating on the Internet claimed that teenage singing sensation Jonas Brothers are following fellow teenage superstar Miley Cyrus' footsteps in bringing their latest concert tour to the big screen. Months after that rumor spread, it has been revealed that their 3-D concert film entitled "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience" will come out in 2009.
Chronicling their latest tour promoting their third studio album "A Little Bit Longer", "Burning Up Tour", the Bruce Hendricks-directed concert film has snagged a release date on February 27, 2009. Serving as the documentary of the tour, the film allegedly is going to feature the tour which had been kicked off on July 4 in Toronto and will be wrapped up on September 5 as well as the behind-the-scene footage exposing the life-on-the-road of the band consisting of Joe, Nick, and Kevin Jonas.
Earlier, one of the "SOS" hitmakers expressed the band's excitement on the 3-D concert stating, "We can't wait to start working on this film for our fans. It's going to be awesome and we really want to bring a totally unique and different movie experience to everyone whether they've seen us live or not."
The making of this "Burning Up" concert movie came right after Cyrus' 3-D concert movie, "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour", received an overwhelming response from her fans. The sort-of-documentary film debuted atop box office chart grossing $31.1 million and since then, it has collected as much as $70.3 million worldwide.