Many new photos have been added from the Backstreet Boys “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” LA premiere on January 29, 2015. Photos 49-133 credit Demetria-Lovato.net.
The Backstreet Boys documentary is near release in the UK and certain parts of Europe on February 26, 2015 and many new reviews have been posted recently. You can read the reviews on the sites below. Anymore reviews that are posted will be added here.
Billboard.com – 4 out 5 stars.
ContactMusic.com – 3.5 out of 5 stars.
HittheFloor.com – 4 out 5 stars
ScreenRelish.com – 4 out of 5 stars.
TheGuardian.com – 3 out of 5 stars.
TheHollywoodNews.com – 4 out of 5 stars
Backstreet Boys will be in Liverpool to promote their documentary “Show ‘Em WHat You’re Made Of” at the BBC Worldwide Showcase. The showcase event will begin February 22nd through the 25th. As of right now it’s unknown when the boys will exactly be attending. The following was posted by The Hollywood Reporter.
Meanwhile, the Backstreet Boys will be in Liverpool to promote Stephen Kijak’s Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of, a feature-length documentary on the tumultuous career of the biggest boy band ever, described as “a story of unprecedented success accompanied by extreme lows.”
Update January 23: BSB are the showcase where they did a press conference to discuss the documentary and will present it at the BBC Worldwide Showcase event at Echo Arena.
While doing press for their documentary “Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of” Backstreet Boys were interviewed for the show Victoria To Uyen in Vietnam.
The interview is over 25 minutes long and can be viewed on the SBTN.tv website.
Backstreet Boys’ Carter Wants To See The Bucs Draft Winston
In the first part of PewterReport.com’s exclusive interview with Bucs fan extraordinaire Nick Carter of the mega-popular Backstreet Boys band, he revealed how his halftime performances at Houlihan’s Stadium gave him the confidence he needed to propel his singing and dancing career and how he became a fan of the Pewter Pirates. In the conclusion, Carter discusses his fondness of Tampa Bay quarterbacks with PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds, how the team finally needs a franchise QB, who he would draft with the Bucs’ first overall pick and what 2015 has in store for the Backstreet Boys and his career.
Having moved to the Tampa Bay area from Buffalo, New York as an elementary school kid, Carter switched allegiances from the Bills to the orange-clad Buccaneers and his first favorite players were unlikely suspects.
“I grew up with the Bucs in the Tony Dungy era, but it really started with Steve DeBerg,” Carter said. “He was my first favorite player when I was really, really young, and then they changed to red and pewter under Dungy. It was funny because my real favorite player became Trent Dilfer. I really liked Trent and he and I kind of became friends. I would go hang out with him at his house in Harbour Island.
Nick posted on Twitter and Instagram today that he’s in the studio with Dan Muckala working on his new solo album. Nick shared a clip of a song that he was working via Instagram. He also wrote that he’s going back to pop/rock. The music from what I can tell sounded like it had a funky guitar sound. It’s a little early to know what Nick’s album will exactly sound like, but I’m excited to hear new music!
Before he sold millions of records, made millions of dollars, toured the world and achieved international fame and notoriety as a member of the mega-successful Backstreet Boys band, Nick Carter was a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at a very early age.
Before the cool-kid clothes he wore as a teenager with the Backstreet Boys and the all-white wardrobe he and his bandmates rocked for the Grammy Award-nominated and best-selling Millennium album as a young man, Carter’s ensemble of choice consisted of creamsicle orange Bucs gear.
While music and dancing have been the passions of the 35-year old Carter for most of his life, and performing for fans is how he has earned his living, the former Tampa Bay area resident is also incredibly passionate about the Bucs. What some of his most ardent, loyal fans might not know is that Carter’s singing career with the Backstreet Boys may not have begun if not for the Buccaneers organization.
Carter, a long-time reader of PewterReport.com and a @PewterReport follower on Twitter, spoke to Scott Reynolds about his history with the Buccaneers and about some of his memories rooting for Tampa Bay.
Saturday Night Live will be celebrating their 40th anniversary. This Sunday February 15 at 8pm EST NBC will air a 40th anniversary special. There will be many current and past cast members along with many guests.
Backstreet Boys are one of the guests scheduled to appear.
NBC will also air a red carpet event at 7pm EST. The show wil air from 8pm to 11:30pm EST.
Update: AJ posted on instagram (late February 14) that he’s flying out for SNL’s 40th anniversary. So, it looks like the boys will indeed be there.
Only AJ and Howie attended this event.