In the movie, the four boys find themselves in London before their world tour. When their bags get accidentally switched at the airport, the foursome find themselves part of a sinister plot and have to take on saving the world (big task to handle before a big tour)!
Check out this trailer for the TV movie below!
Are you going to watch the world premiere tonight, Sweetys?
The soundtrack includes the following six songs:
1. A Hard Day’s Night
4. Can’t Buy Me Love
5. We Can Work It Out
6. I Wanna Hold Your Hand
The entire album only costs $5.99 and can be pre-ordered now on iTunes!
The film is set to premiere on Nickelodeon on March 10th (only a month away!!).
The movie will feature songs originally sung by The Beatles such as “Help!,” “A Hard Day’s Night,” “We Can Work It Out,” and “Revolution.”
Don’t worry, BTR fans! The boys will be singing music from their latest album, “Elevate,” as well! Phew!
Read the full film synopsis below, and then check out the trailer for a first look!:
“In Big Time Movie, the guys must tap their inner spy as their adventure finds them driving exotic cars and jumping out of helicopters, while trying to make it to their first world tour concert on time. Hot on their trail are evil henchmen named Maxwell, British secret agents and Swedish spies as well as billionaire businessman, Sir Atticus Moon who wants back his precious device code named: ‘The Beetle,’ an anti-gravitational device with enormous power. Once they learn they’re carrying this precious cargo, the guys get pulled into a madcap mission throughout London, which threatens the onset of their world tour. With the help of teen spy Penny Lane, the guys set out to save Penny’s father M16 Agent Simon Lane and stop Sir Atticus Moon’s plot to use ‘The Beetle’ to gain world domination.”
The Glee cast has done it again! The high school glee club cast has surmounted the Beatles’ record for most appearances on the Billboard Top 100 chart by a non-solo act. This is pretty impressive, considering the show is only in its second season!
The cast of this Fox musical series received a huge boost after this week’s episode featuring Britney Spears and had six spaces on the Top 100 this week. This earned them a total of 76 songs on the list, trumping the Beatles’ 71 songs.
You can watch clips from this week’s episode here:
The 2010 MTV Video Music Awards will air live Sunday September 12th at 9p.m. ET/PT, from the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, California. Justin Bieber is already doing his part to get the word out about the show. He recently starred in a ‘Hard Days Night-Esque’ promotion for MTV which shows him being chased down by his teenage fans.
“I’m kind of like The Beatles running, and there’s girls chasing after me.” When asked if he minded having girls chase him he said, “I like girls chasing me, so it’s good.”
Bieber is up for Best New Artist, and you can vote for him RIGHT HERE.