Louis Tomlinson Reveals 'All of Those Voices' Doc Is Coming to Paramount+: 'This Film Means Everything to Me'

Get ready to follow Louis Tomlinson on his journey through solo stardom.

Louis Tomlinson Reveals 'All of Those Voices' Doc Is Coming to Paramount+: 'This Film Means Everything to Me'
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On Tuesday, Paramount+ revealed the documentary Louis Tomlinson: All of Those Voices will hit the streaming service next month following its theatrical premiere in March and live stream in May.

"I’m really excited to announce that ALL OF THOSE VOICES will be available to stream on Paramount+," said the former One Direction member in a press release. "This film means everything to me, and I’m looking forward to having it out there in the world!"

Directed by Charlie Lightning, All of Those Voices documents Tomlinson as he navigates life after One Direction went on an indefinite hiatus in 2016, following the musician as he toured the world and crafted his second solo album, 2022's Faith in the Future.

The documentary — narrated by Tomlinson — will arrive to Paramount+ on Oct. 4 in the U.S. and Canada before it becomes available in the U.K., Australia, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and South Korea the following day.

After attending the film's London premiere in March, Tomlinson's fellow ex-One Direction member Liam Payne reminisced on their time in the band and his admiration for the singer with a heartfelt Instagram post.

"Seeing the world through your eyes last night was the most beautiful thing to experience," Payne, 30, wrote, alongside a photo of the pair. "My neck hurts from how much I'm looking up to you right now. You were already my friend and brother but getting to look through that window into your world and mind just extends that respect I have for you."

Payne continued, writing that he was "sorry I was so out of my mind and I didn't do better for you" given some of the things Tomlinson has "dealt with" and "held inside."

"I feel ashamed in those moments to not be as good of a friend as you have been to me, at least I have time now and I'm me again so will try and make amends," he wrote. "I'm emotionally drained watching the movie and I only did an hour and a half, you lived it and I'm so proud of how you did it not only with amazing music but with passion and the will to get up off the canvas every time life beat you down and fight back."

"I'm so thankful to have you in my life mate. I feel so lucky and I know you know this but you were part of a small group of people that literally saved my life, you dragged me out of something so dark I've never shared it, but your approach is something I admire and aspire to so I can one day do the same."

The "Strip That Down" singer closed his post by congratulating his longtime friend — whom he joined forces with in 2010 during the formation of 1D — on "every sight you get to see, every cheer that you hear and all the love you are receiving from the world."

"You worked harder than any of us to get here and now the world gets to see that from your side… guys go watch the movie, please he deserves it and you'll learn a lot about yourself from this very special man," he concluded.