To promote their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” Backstreet Boys did a portrait session on January 27, 2015. Photos 8-18 credit michiel-huisman.com.
Backstreet Boys held the premiere of their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” on January 29, 2015 and videos from the red carpet where you can see the boys taking photos and such has been posted to youtube.
MaximoTV – 6 videos
PopCandiesTV also has videos of the other boys so check those out on their youtube.
If there’s one thing to take away from the phenomenal new Backstreet Boys documentary Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, it’s precisely how talented these five gentlemen really are. There’s a reason that they’re the best-selling boy band of all-time. They know how to carry a great tune. That’s what the film really explores at its heart. Yes, there’s a vignette into their trials and tribulations and some of the much-publicized controversies. It doesn’t shy away from that, hooking the viewer. However, what you’ll leave with is a bunch of fantastic and now timeless songs from a formidable group.
One of the film’s most powerful aspects is its focus on the creation of the band’s latest offering of 2013’s In a World Like This. It’s the moment where A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell really shine the most. Watching them jamming in the studio also feels strangely poignant as the purported image has always been of the quintet on stage in front of thousands dancing with no instruments. These intimate moments make Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of a true gem as far as music documentaries go.
There are moments where you’ll cry, and there are moments where you’ll laugh. The bravery of the Boys comes through as they pull down the curtain and open like never before. As much as it is a commentary on the pop music world and its evolutions, it’s also potent and poetic narrative about five friends growing up.
Most importantly though, you’ll walk away singing along louder than ever.
Source: Artist Direct
Nick Carter On The Backstreet Boys Documentary & Its Most Vulnerable, Emotional Scene
We’re all grown-ups here: we know there’s always more to anyone’s story. But when the Backstreet Boys first took over the teen music scene back in the ’90s, we’d be forgiven for thinking everything was peachy and sunny behind the scenes — many of us were 13 (ish) years old, after all. In the new Backstreet Boys documentary, Show Em’ What You’re Made Of (out Friday on iTunes, VOD, and in theaters), the guys’ lives get real, really quickly, especially for Nick Carter. I spoke to Carter about the making of the film, which takes him on a particularly emotional journey, and according to him, all this openness is a long time coming.
“I mean I don’t think the entire group had been this open ever in our entirety,” he says. “When I brought up the idea of doing the documentary to the guys, you know, I think that we all realized that in order for this to be something that was entertaining and also something that was real — because that’s what a documentary is — we have to be upfront … We just all came in with the intention of being honest.”
And honest is exactly what the film is. It takes the band’s legacy into the darker parts that, as fans, we were content pretending didn’t exist: the quarrels over vocals, Lou Pearlman’s betrayal, the *NSYNC rivalry, and Carter’s past.
Theater Release: U.S. & Canada January 30, 2015
World Wide February 26, 2015
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IN A WORLD LIKE THIS Backstreet Boys 8th U.S. & 9th International Album
Release: July 30, 2013
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FACING THE MUSIC - Nick's biography
Release: September 17, 2013
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NICK & KNIGHT - Album with Jordan Knight
Release: September 2, 2014
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