Louis Tomlinson’s ‘All of Those Voices’ Sets Paramount+ Release Date (EXCLUSIVE)

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Louis Tomlinson’s feature-length documentary, “All of Those Voices” will be available to stream on Paramount+ starting Oct. 4 in the United States and Canada.

The documentary, which was released in select theaters earlier this March, gives an intimate look at the former One Direction member’s life and musical career. It was directed by Charlie Lightening, who helmed Liam Gallagher’s “As It Was,” and produced in partnership with 78 Productions and Trafalgar Releasing. It will also be available to stream on Paramount+ in the U.K., Australia, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and South Korea starting Oct. 5.

“I’m really excited to announce that ‘All of Those Voices’ will be available to stream on Paramount+,” said Tomlinson in a statement. “This film means everything to me, and I’m looking forward to having it out there in the world!”

The film explores Tomlinson’s personal struggles with loss and his journey from a member of One Direction to a solo artist. After releasing his debut album “Walls” in 2020, and his follow-up “Faith in the Future” in 2022, Tomlinson chose to pull back the curtain in this documentary film showing a much more intimate side of him that his fans hadn’t had a chance to engage with since the storied boy band he grew up in disbanded in 2015.

“This has been something I’ve been working on for years, I’m really excited to finally put it out into the world,” said Tomlinson in a press release at the time of the film’s announce. “I’ve said it a million times but I’m lucky enough to have the greatest fans an artist could wish for, and as they always go above and beyond for me, I wanted to share my story ‘in my own words’.”

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