Jonas Brothers Will Release a Documentary Movie on Amazon!

Jonas Brothers Documentary in the Works at Amazon

James Corden kidnaps The Jonas Brothers to force a reunion in Late Late Show sketch

To this, Nick laughed and found the incident "funny".

The Jonas Brothers were on The Late Late Show With James Corden to promote their latest track Sucker, which brought the trio together six years after they disbanded.

The Quantico star joined the Jonas family when she married Nick Jonas a year ago, and Nick's brother Kevin has revealed it took a while for his youngest daughter Valentina, two, to warm up to the family newcomer.

A behind the scenes documentary on the Jonas Brothers is underway at Amazon Prime Video, band members Nick, Kevin and Joe Jonas said in a video Tuesday.

To which, Nick added, "She is very territorial".

Prince William styles Princess Charlotte's hair
Expressing her disappointment at not going up the Tower, she revealed: "No, we didn't". But the perfectly-groomed Kate clearly doesn't struggle too much in that department.

The band recently debuted their first original release in almost six years, a comeback single titled "Sucker", with an accompanying music video. Kevin Jonas, Nick Jonas and Joe Jonas sat down together to spill the beans about their recent release, Sucker, their lives and everything under the sun.

According to Variety, Amazon Studios will be producing the documentary, which will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Nick, Joe and Kevin (in order of best vocals, sorry) separated in 2013 because the band caused problems within their family. "So the process was basically just [us saying], 'Why don't we give this another shot?'" Listen for yourself, then replay the Jonas Brothers' video below.

Well, it seems that die-hard fans may be getting more than what they've been bargaining for because a Jonas Brothers documentary is reportedly on its way.

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