Louis Tomlinson supported by One Direction bandmate Liam Payne at film premiere

They may have gone in separate directions in 2015, but Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne are still bonded by their 1D roots.

Liam, 29, was on hand to cheer Louis, 31, on as the One Direction star premiered his film, All of Those Voices, in London.

The film offers an ‘intimate and unvarnished look’ into Doncaster-born Louis’ life and career, revisiting his time in the chart-topping boy band and the brave leap to go solo.

Alongside never-before-seen footage, there’s behind-the-scenes access to his sold-out 2022 world tour, which is basically everything fans could want.

Posing on the red carpet on Thursday night (March 16), the Walls hitmaker beamed as a crowd rocked up to support him.

Donning a smart black suit with a white tee underneath, as his tattoos poked through, Louis delighted fans with selfies and autographs, before standing proudly next to director Charlie Lightening.

Meanwhile, Strip That Down singer Liam opted for a smart white tux with a bow tie, going all out for his mate’s big night.

The Wolverhampton star stuck his tongue out as he snapped pics with overjoyed Directioners, before wrapping a loving arm around his girlfriend in front of the paps.

Liam – who recently went public with his romance – flashed a pout alongside partner Kate Cassidy, who stunned in a black mini dress.

Also in attendance were Louis’ family members, including his eldest siblings and grandparents.

Sister Lottie, 24, was accompanied by boyfriend Lewis Burton, 30, with whom she welcomed baby boy Lucky last year.

The beauty influencer and tanning brand owner wowed in a mesh dress with black panels covering her modesty.

Meanwhile, twin sisters Daisy and Phoebe, 18, who are also budding models and influencers, looked stylish in trendy ensembles.

Fellow band members Harry Styles and Niall Horan weren’t in attendance at the premiere, but Harry is currently touring and Niall is promoting his upcoming album, and we’re sure the guys have his back.

Well, given that Hazza literally shared a selfie of him working out in a 1D t-shirt recently, no one can deny he’s still the biggest fan of his own band!

‘It had always been in my mind that it’d be cool if we weren’t just the standard boy band who just got given songs and sang them. Like, maybe we should be writing our own songs,’ he shared.

‘Once I got to feel stuff bubbling for us and I could see that we got people’s attention, I realised that we might be able to make a few of our own decisions.’

The songwriter added that penning the band’s tunes allowed him to feel ‘ownership’ in his career.

‘All of a sudden, I felt in control again. The first two and a half years, I just felt like I wasn’t in control of myself or certainly had an influence on the band,’ he continued.

‘When I think about how proud I am of One Direction, I think of us as a collective. When I think about what makes me most proud as me as an individual in that band, is definitely having the most writing credits.

‘That makes me feel important to the band, and that’s all I ever wanted when I was a lad.’

Alongside his own tracks from two studio albums, Louis’ is behind some of 1D’s biggest hits and fan-favourite songs, including No Control, Night Changes, Perfect, and History.

More recently, he released his sophomore solo album Faith in the Future.

All of Those Voices lands in cinemas on March 22.

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