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3-D film due about boy band

Spurlock
Hathaway
Duhamel

One Direction is headed to a movie theater near you.

Sony Pictures says it’s making a 3-D film about the boy band, due next year on Labor Day weekend.

“Super Size Me” filmmaker Morgan Spurlock will direct the movie.

The film will give fans an all-access, behind-the- scenes look at the group and its five members: Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson.

Hathaway speaks

Anne Hathaway credits her new husband Adam Schulman for helping her get through the grueling filming of the screen adaptation of “Les Miserables.”

In “Les Mis,” the 30-year-old actress plays Fantine, a struggling, sickly mother forced into prostitution in 1800s Paris.

Hathaway lost 25 pounds and cut her hair for the role, as seen here. She tells the December issue of Vogue, the part left her in a “state of deprivation, physical and emotional.” She felt easily overwhelmed and says Shulman was understanding and supportive.

The December issue of Vogue hits stores Nov. 20.

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Happy birthday

Among celebrity birthdays today: Actress Kathleen Hughes is 84. Guitarist James Young is 63. Singer Stephen Bishop is 61. Pianist Yanni is 58. Actor D.B. Sweeney is 51. Actress Laura San Giacomo is 51. Rapper Reverend Run is 48. Actor Patrick Warburton is 48. Actor Josh Duhamel is 40. Drummer Travis Barker is 37.

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