Former ‘N Syncer Justin Timberlake might’ve taken the stage at last night’s Grammy’s, but Timberlake’s ’90s rival, The Backstreet Boys, have a little something up their sleeves as well. A Backstreet Boys documentary is currently in production by Pulse Films and is set to be finished this fall.
The film announcement follows on the heels of the boy band’s reunion with all five members, and their upcoming album as well as world tour for their 20th anniversary. But that’s not the focus of the documentary.
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