'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director's Fan Cut' opens Friday

justin-bieber-movieImage Credit: Paramount PicturesParamount has confirmed its plans to revamp Justin Bieber: Never Say Never for a Director’s Fan Cut that will have an exclusive one-week run just three weeks after the film’s initial debut. The new cut has about 34 minutes of new footage, including a new introduction, a new performance with Willow Smith, more versions of “Baby,” and fan testimonials from the initial screenings. “I realized I had an embarrassment of riches when I was in the cutting room,” said director Jon M. Chu, in a statement. “This cut allows me to retain some of the best scenes from the original movie, while incorporating previously unseen footage and new material I shot during our extensive promotional tour on behalf of the movie.”

About 22 minutes of the original film have been removed, making the Director’s Fan Cut 115 minutes long. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut will open this Friday in 3-D theaters across North America, while the original film will continue to play on normal 2-D screens.

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  • DK


    • Rolo Tomasi

      Here’s a concept for you: Don’t go.

      • Kris

        Come on Bieber fans, even you guys have to admit that a second version of the film just weeks after releasing the first one, is a bit much.

  • A

    Wow, talk about a shameless cash grab.

    • Rolo Tomasi

      Gee, I know, that never happens in the entertainment industry.

  • Sonny

    Never heard of ‘em.

  • al faraj

    what is up justine

  • jets

    are ppl going to stop the pretense now that the JB machine is somehow more genuine then all the past teen-pop acts, above manipulating gullible little girls out of their parents money? Or are we going to be getting more E.W. articles gushing that JB is the new eternal pop-culture jesus who we all deserve to pay annual taxes to for the privelage of basking in his eternal light? …this is almost as bad as his nail polish line…

  • The Fall of Rome

    “Crash”. Civilization continues to crumble into dust.

  • BH

    This countries youths are being raised on useless dribble. Tired of hearing about bieber and other pop stars. I mean, really, what good are they doing. Any individual youth in this country is worth just a much as any of those kids in the limelight.

  • sc

    This time of year you don’t a lot of good movies come out and it is already starting to fall down the charts, so this will be a way to get all the teenagers that went a couple weeks ago to spend more money. With the short shelf life of most teen idols in the past, he probably should get the money while he can.

  • Ktct

    Will they include his new haircut? If so, than I’m in!

    • jets

      is that a joke? …you can see pics of his new haircut online you know. no need to shell out 15 bucks.

      • Ktct

        @Jets: yes, it was a joke. I guess it wasn’t that funny!



  • Rik Shaw

    they need to market justin bieber toilet paper and sell it for $10 a roll, so these ignorant little girls could waste their money on it, then wipe their a$$ with their stupid purchase

  • sarah

    we want more Justin Bieber.He is the new King.

  • Nicole

    I understand that everyone isn’t a fan of JB but when it comes to “manipulating” little girls out of their money, it’s not like he’s walking around ripping money from them. Why does it matter to everyone else what a little girl or even teens or adults spend their money on? Some adults were the same way about MJ or New Kids on the Block when they were younger. Let little girls live their lives and let JB share his undeniable talent. And make money along the way. You’d do the same thing if you could. He’s 17 and gone from being in poverty with a young single mother to making millions on a movie about his life. What can you say for your life? It’s just a movie. Why complain about everything?

    • This is how we do it!

      Hell yea!you go Nicole!

  • This is how we do it!

    Rik shaw=jealous!

  • Samantha

    Okay, I like Justin Bieber, and I saw both of his movies, and I loved them. They’re not even about him, I know he’s on the screen, and it’s his story, but it’s about following your dreams, so shut up, and let this kid live out his dream, stop hating and being jealous, if you don’t like him, why read articles about him? Dumb Dumb Dumb.

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