October 18, 2013


Everything We Know About Justin Bieber's 'Believe' 3D Movie

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Kevin Mazur/WireImage

After the smash success of the 2011 documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never—which cost $13 million and grossed $73 in the U.S. alone—it was a foregone conclusion that we'd be seeing another Justin Bieber movie at some point in the future.

And although Believe was announced officially earlier this year, solid details about his new concert documentary have just begun to emerge. From JB's half-stache to what the movie won't talk about, here's what we know so far about Believe

Release Date: December 25 

It's the perfect Christmas present for any Belieber… if they can convince their parents it's okay to ditch holiday family time and head to the theater.

It Won't Cover His Rocky 2013 

As the majority of filming wrapped in January, don't expect Believe to touch on any of the following: Mop-bucket peeing, that bizarre note to Holocaust victim Anne Frank, his alleged marijuana use or the drama over his abandoned pet monkey. But the Selena Gomez split? Well, they began the process of calling it quits last November, so Believe might address that.

Bieber Gets Candid, Possibly References Selena Troubles

In his #Smile video teaser below, the Biebs talks having to put on a happy face for his concerts even when he's going through personal drama. "I could be going through a big argument [on my phone] but I'm like, 'I'm about to go on stage right now.' And we're yelling, but I'm saying, 'I gotta go out,'" Bieber explains. "I'm upset and I don’t want to have to smile, but you gotta suck it up."

The Director Also Did the G.I. Joe Sequel

In addition to directing Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Jon M. Chu helmed two films in the Step Up series and this year's action blockbuster G.I. Joe: Retaliation.

Bieber Grows a Mustache for the Movie… Sort Of 

In the 36-second teaser clip below, JB shows off his half-successful attempt to grow a #stache as an example of his burgeoning manliness. Try again later, Justin.

It's in 3D, Again 

As if you could experience Bieber any other way?!

Mentor Usher, Collaborator Ludacris & Opening Act Mike Posner Will Appear 

As will his mom Pattie Mallette and manager Scooter Braun, but that probably goes without saying. Usher is also co-producing the movie.

We'll keep this page updated with further announcements/leaked info on Believe.