We were there last night when the Jonas Brothers thrilled fans by performing at the first showing of their new 3-D concert flick at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California. Before the midnight movie started, Joe, Kevin, and Nick took the stage and sang three songs.
We've got footage of them performing, as well as fan reaction to the surprise appearance. Posted 02.27.09 by reelz
There have been some legendary concert movies -- the Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter, David Byrne's Stop Making Sense ... and, of course, This Is Spinal Tap.
Now the Disney Channel boy band sensation the Jonas Brothers are jumping into the ring, and in 3-D. Which got us wondering. Do the brothers have what it takes to jam with some of the most heralded rock 'n' roll movies? Well, you be the judge. Take our Jonas Brothers Quiz: You Don't Know Joe! (Or Kevin. Or Nick.) Posted 02.27.09 by reelz
New pictures from the concert movie featuring the "Hottest Guys in Hollywood" have been released, and singing, running, and screaming fans (sometimes in combination) appear to be the main themes. Check out the full gallery. Posted 02.11.09 by reelz
The Estevez/Sheen brothers never pulled this off. Neither did the Baldwin, Wayans, nor even the Lowe Brothers. And certainly not the Quaid Brothers or the Marx Brothers. Each one of the Jonas Brothers, however, have earned a spot on Teen Magazine's 50 Hottest Guys in Hollywood list. And they're not clocking in a #21, #38, and #45 either. They're #1, #2, and #3. Or to put it another way, an impressive 6% of Hollywood's 50 hottest hotties -- and a remarkable 100% of Hollywood's top three hottest hotties -- have sprung forth from the loins of this couple. We're giving most of the credit for this achievement to Mom. Posted 12.02.08 by reelz
A new poster was just released for Jonas Brothers 3-D Concert Experience. They clearly roll in style: private jets and Lamborghinis. Posted 11.24.08 by reelz
The Jonas brothers have departed the mouse house, at least for now, to sign on for their feature debut in an adaptation of the best-selling children's series Walter the Farting Dog.
The Farrelly Brothers, no stranger to movies with fart jokes, are being named as possible directors. The adaptation is currently being scripted by Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen, the duo behind such franchises and Toy Story, Cheaper by the Dozen and Garfield.
As for the Nick, Kevin, and Joe, luckily they won't be straying too far from reality. The trio portray a group of musician brothers who are asked to care for a dog with severe flatulence by their sick aunt shortly before her passing.
No word yet on whether the dog will be computer generated or not and who might voice the stinky canine.
Source: Variety Posted 10.28.08 by reelz