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The latter half of the 1990s were defined by a music landscape littered with pop princesses and boy bands. It was a time when the Backstreet Boys were internationally recognized megastars. And this is the era that will be revisited in Stephen Kijak's tell-all documentary produced by Pulse Films. THR reports Kijak, the documentarian behind Scott Walker: 30 Century Man, will chart the band's formation through their superstardom, when they sold over 130 million albums becoming one of the 30 best-selling global artists of all time. Each of the original members of Backstreet Boys (A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell) is on board for this in-depth.though currently untitled.doc, which promises an all access pass to fans new and old. Over the years the band has seen some shakeups. In 2006, Richardson memorably left the group. But since he recently rejoined it, the founding five have »

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