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New Justin Bieber 'Believe' trailer: 'It's back to being the underdog' -- VIDEO

With his latest documentary, Believe, Justin Bieber is asking his fans to “forget the hype, forget the headlines, forget the rumors.” Instead, he’s asking them to “believe the truth.”

The newest trailer for Believe addresses Bieber’s struggle with his bad-boy image and the trials of being a teenage superstar. With everybody trying to tear him apart, how will he react?

Watch the trailer below:

Justin Bieber's 'Believe' trailer: 'You could be the next train wreck' -- VIDEO

In case you hadn’t noticed, Justin Bieber is no longer just some “kid on YouTube.” In fact, since his last documentary, we’ve seen his star continue to rise — and potentially start to fall.

Now, Bieber has released the trailer for his next film, Believe, in which we see him literally grow wings and fly. As he explains it: “When you’ve reached a certain point in your life, there are people out there waiting to see you fall. But rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and fly.”

Featuring interviews with Usher and others close to the Biebs, this documentary examines everything from Bieber’s continued success to his unfortunate run-ins with the paparazzi, and even why he wears his pants so low. Watch the laughter, the tears, and one little wink in the trailer below:

Toronto Film Festival: Selena Gomez says young Biebers loved 'Hotel Transylvania' premiere, but lost shoes


Selena Gomez knows just how to please her main squeeze Justin Bieber. Take his much younger brother and sister to her Hotel Transylvania premiere! But keep track of their shoes.

Over the weekend, Gomez took Bieber’s siblings Jaxon and Jazmyn to the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her fun, musical, vampire girl-falls-for-human dude animated comedy romance, featuring Gomez as 118-year-old teen vamp Mavis, Andy Samberg as backpacking boy-crush Jonathan, Adam Sandler as Mavis’ overly protective pop Dracula, and a slew of others, including Steve Buscemi and Fran Drescher.

What were Jaxon and Jazmyn’s take on the film?

“They loved it. They enjoyed it. We lost some shoes, and they got really excited, but it was good,” Gomez, grinning, told at a press junket for the movie on Sunday. READ FULL STORY

Why Katy Perry's 'Part of Me' flopped. And why I still want to see more concert films

A few years ago, I wrote a post ardently pleading for the come- back of the concert film. I argued that if squeaky-clean teeny-bop singers-as-products like Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers could top the list of the five highest-grossing concert movies of all time (adjusted for inflation, the top film on that list would still be Woodstock), then surely an artist like, say, Lady Gaga might blast those same box-office records to smithereens. More to the point, a concert movie actually aimed at people over the age of fourteen might now have a chance to make a cultural splash. And so I said: Bring back the concert film! I swear it will work! READ FULL STORY

'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never' director promises pranks, new performances, and (possibly) additional shirtless scenes in theater-bound fan cut

Jon-M-Chu-BieberImage Credit: Andrew Evans/PR PhotosAs we reported earlier today, Paramount is set to release Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut, with 40 minutes of new footage, in 3-D theaters this Friday for a one-week limited run. It’s an unprecedented move that allows director Jon M. Chu to return some of what he trimmed from his original two-and-a-half hour cut back into the film — he followed Bieber for a month and a half leading up to his sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden last August — as well as add things that Bieber’s vocal Twitter fanbase told him they’d like to see more of after the film’s initial release. (Repeat viewers will notice about 22 minutes of what they saw the first time in theaters is now missing.)

“One of the number one things they wanted was Chaz and Ryan, Justin’s friends, and how they are sort of superstars in this world as well. So they’ll get to see what it’s like to roll with Justin Bieber,” Chu tells EW. Other additions: READ FULL STORY

'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never': Will Paramount's Christian outreach program get young men to see it?

Justin-Bieber-Never-Say-NeverImage Credit: Paramount PicturesJustin Bieber: Never Say Never hits theaters this weekend, and, God willing, could be the topic of many conversations come Sunday — at least that’s what Paramount, the studio behind the 3-D documentary’s release, is hoping. Paramount has held 20 screenings in 20 markets at the end of January for Christian leaders, some of whom then offered written endorsements, arranged group ticket sales for their fellowship, or requested a copy of the study guide produced for the movie titled “Never Say Never: For Nothing Is Impossible With God.”  READ FULL STORY

'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never' gets a new 3-D trailer

We’ve already seen him conquer the pop charts and sweep the AMAs. Now, a second trailer for Justin Bieber’s upcoming doc Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (in theaters on Valentine’s Day) promises to show fans a new dimension of the teen pop star — namely, the third one. The new clip replays some of the home-video shots from the first trailer along with some new 3-D friendly material: Justin spraying silly string, throwing popcorn at the screen, or just sticking his hand straight out at the camera. It’s a safe bet that when that part plays in theaters, there’ll be plenty of happy Bieber fans reaching right back. Check it out below and let us know what you think.


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