Disney is giving the Jonas Brothers the 3-D treatment on the bigscreen, readying a concert pic that it hopes will spark with tweens the same way that "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour" did earlier this year.
The "Hannah Montana" feature, which also unspooled in 3-D, pulled in the highest Super Bowl weekend gross of any film in history on just 683 screens, earning $31.1 million.
Pic wound up collecting $65 million after its one-week playdate was expanded through early March due to high demand.
The Jonas Brothers film will include footage from their upcoming "Burning Up" concert tour, as well as documentary material on the lives of the three brothers, Kevin, Joe and Nick.
Bruce Hendricks, who helmed the "Hannah Montana" concert pic, will direct, with Art Repola ("Hannah Montana," ESPN's "Ultimate X: The Movie") producing.
Also aboard as producers are Phil McIntyre, Kevin Jonas Sr., Johnny Wright and Alan Sacks.
"More than just a concert, this film will take moviegoers inside the band's creative process, and present them in a very intimate and entertaining way," said Oren Aviv, prexy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production.
The Jonas Brothers' "Burning Up" tour kicks off in Toronto on July 4, with special guest Demi Lovato, who appears with the brothers in the Disney Channel pic "Camp Rock," which bows June 20.