New Justin Bieber film 'Believe' set for release at Christmas

Posted Sep 29, 2013 by Marcus Hondro
'Believe', a follow-up to Justin Bieber's 2011 hit documentary, 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,' is set for release at Christmas, his manger said Sunday. Like that first film, 'Believe' was directed by Jon M. Chu.
Canadian singer Justin Bieber at a concert
Canadian singer Justin Bieber at a concert
Photo by Joe Bielawa
The Biebs' manager, Scooter Braun, left a message about the film on Instagram and said what he might be expected to say, that the film is better than the first. "Holy s**t!" Braun wrote." "It is better than Never Say Never!!! Wow." He also said it "had me crying" and was "impressive."
For his part director Chu wrote on Instagram that he was working so hard at fine editing the film that it was the reason he was single. He was, he said, "trying to make the deadline." Neither he nor Braun gave the film's exact release date.
Though no one is revealing much about the content, 'Believe' the movie (it has the same name as his last album and a song from that album) is expected to be similar in format to 'Never Say Never' with plenty of concert footage and interviews with Bieber.
The 19-year-old Canadian pop star is currently on tour playing dates in China.