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Montana/Cyrus Hits The Big Screen -- In 3-D

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It played The Palace of Auburn Hills. It played Joe Louis Arena. And now it’s at a theater near you — in 3-D.

“Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” switches from stage to screen Friday (Feb. 1), featuring footage shot at a concert in Salt Lake City during the 2007 portion of the tour.

“It was awesome,” says Nick Jonas — a biased voice, of course, since he and his band, the Jonas Brothers, were the opening act and appear in three songs during the film.

Nevertheless, Jonas notes that, “there’s some really cool things — like drum sticks flying at your face, guitar picks flying at you and all that stuff. It was crazy; every time we’d see ourselves in the film, we kept saying ‘In 3-D!!’ It was pretty cool.”

Older brother Kevin adds that “the technology itself is just unbelievable. It’s such a huge, grand scale, and there were so many video Alanis Morissette people onstage with cameras and all that. We’re really pumped up and can’t believe we have an opportunity to be in a film like this. It worked out great.”

The film is in a limited but open-ended engagement around the metro area. Check listings for theaters and show times.

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