Danny DeVito, One Direction Make Wacky Music Video

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Ballerinas with umbrellas, sumo wrestlers in the desert, a misplaced marching band, Danny DeVito giving directorial directions to a boy band? It may sound like a Fellini movie, but it's actually One Direction's latest video for their newest release Steal My Girl.

Several pictures hit the web a couple days ago of DeVito playing a director in the band's music video. Yesterday, we got to see a bunch of exclusive behind-the-scene photos from the video's promo shoot. The video was shot in the desert, just outside of Los Angeles. All the boys were present: Niall Horan, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, and Zayn Malik.

The video for their new single Steal My Girl is in support of the band's fourth studio album, which appropriately is named Four. The tune was co-written by Louis and Liam.

Here's a quick behind-the-scenes look at the video shoot.

Ben Winston, who directed the video, said, "It's quite an exciting video." He added, "You should expect the unexpected on this one. It’s weird and wonderful." Winston also directed two other One Direction videos, Best Song Ever and This Is Us.

It certainly looks weird, wonderful, and definitely pretty wacky.

If you're interested in checking out Steal My Girl, you're in luck, the song is currently available on iTunes.

The band's last album, Midnight Memories, was the best selling album out of Britain in 2013. Four is set to drop on November 17.