Ed Sheeran will be starring in a concert film, set to be shot during his three-night stint at Wembley Stadium, where he will play to approximately 90,000 people each night.
The film will be a look at both the concerts and the build-up beforehand, with lots of behind-the-scenes action, much like Katy Perry and One Direction's concert films.
In an interview with The Sun, Sheeran said: "We are doing something for the Wembley Stadium gigs. It will be a documentary. It's going to go out in cinemas in the UK and Europe. But it's just going to be a one-off thing."
Sheeran is performing at Wembley on July 10, 11 and 12, supported by Foy Vance and One Republic on night one, Example and Rudimental on night two, and Passenger and One Republic on night three.
The BRIT award-winning musician moved to London in 2008, from Suffolk, to pursue his singing career, busking on the streets before earning his big break with single The A Team.
His debut album and and his newest CD "X" have gone on to become hugely popular.
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