When you're one of music's most successful groups, touring the world and selling millions of records, the next logical step is hitting the big screen, which is what Lady Antebellum is planning to do with the upcoming release of their 'Own the Night World Tour' documentary.

Lady A's Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood were on hand last Thursday (Oct. 11) at the Regal 16 Cinema in the Green Hills area of Nashville to show the project to excited patrons, including Taste of Country.

"I think we're all feeling a little out of our comfort zones [right now]," Scott said at the event. "We're in a movie theater about to watch ourselves."

The film documents some of the spectacular moments on the trio's world tour, and gives viewers an up-close-and-behind-the-scenes look at everything that went into to the trek, from start to finish, with plenty of live footage that capturing the fun along the way.

"We carry a camera around with us everywhere, and so there's so much footage," noted Kelley of the documentary. "We said we can't do one of these and not put in a bunch of behind-the-scenes footage."

Lady Antebellum's 'Own the Night World Tour' concert film will be available for country fans everywhere on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download on Dec. 4 -- just in time for the holidays! Take our word for it: It'd make a great stocking stuffer.