The first trailer for the film debuted on October 26, 2010, consisting of home and behind-the-scenes footage chronicling his rise to fame, and interviews with people such as Usher and Scooter Braun. On August 4, 2010, Deadline reported that Guggenheim had dropped out of the directing position for the film, in order to concentrate on promotion for. The end of the trailer shows Bieber learning about the cameras used to shoot the 3-D film, as well as trying out the film's trademark purple 3-D glasses. Pieces of the puzzle were revealed by celebrities such as Usher, , and , and Bieber's manager. On November 22, 2010, it was revealed that the movie would be screened early on February 9, 2011 for select viewers. Also included are some stories and old videos of Bieber's childhood. Furthermore, it grossed higher first weekend totals than the 2009 concert film, , and at least two-times more than fellow teen act ' 2009 3D concert film, , which it made more in two days than the Jonas Brothers concert did in its entire run.
The screenings are preceded by a short film of , another award-winning project by director Jon Chu. After the future of the film was up in the air for a few days, on August 13, 2010, it was reported that director was recruited to direct the film. Various instances of praying together before a show are shown. The second official trailer was released on November 22, 2010. Archived from on July 21, 2011. Production began that summer, leading up to his concert at.
On August 31, 2010, filming took place at his concert at Madison Square Garden for scenes for the film, and Bieber donned white and purple attire, his tour colors. The film also includes a visit Bieber made to his hometown while being in Canada for the tour. The untitled film was said to also include performances from Bieber's throughout. Bieber performed his set list, and in addition to opening acts the and Jessica Jarrell, , , , , and appeared and performed songs with the singer. The latter still gets emotional about the time that Bieber and his mother moved to Atlanta. In the United States, it is the highest grossing music concert movie since 1984 and the third-highest grossing documentary since 1982. He turned his swag on.
. It wasn't until January 2013 when the project was confirmed by Bieber himself tweeting about it. It's not your typical concert film and it's not going to be a biopic, but it is about his life. It shows footage of the performances during this period from his. The final piece was revealed two days later, tweeted by , and it revealed the movie's title, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.
On October 11, 2013, it was confirmed that reprised his role as director for the biopic and will be screened in 3D at the later in the month. The official trailer was released on on November 15, 2013. Shown are montages of home footage, behind the scenes footage, and tour clips, including Bieber throwing his shirt into the crowd. The film's premiere was held in , on December 18, 2013. Bieber's manager and president were tapped to produce, and the film was tentatively given a 2011 release date. The film, whose name was not released until October 2010, was directed by. It's not just the concert.
After the report was published by Deadline, Bieber confirmed the news on his official account, and verified that it would be released around February 11, 2011. The main people around Bieber, being like family and good friends to him, are interviewed, but Bieber himself is not. Concert footage was filmed during Justin's on January 26—27, 2013 at 's. It features , , , Snoop Dogg, Usher, , , , and , among others. It shows excited female fans, and several instances of the of inviting a girl on stage for him to serenade and give flowers to, and of surprising random girls with free tickets to his concerts. The day after the trailer was released, director Jon Chu posted a photo on his Instagram account, noting on the caption that Believe would not be released in 3D as the teaser trailer and rumors previously suggested. He is scolded for having damaged his voice while having fun with his old friends.
He was raised by his mother but also had a very special bond with his maternal step-grandfather. On the day of the trailer's release, Bieber surprised the audience at the Los Angeles date of his My World Tour by unveiling the trailer. The contest lasted for twenty-four hours. In a following tweet, Bieber stated that the performances for the film would be those set to take place at on the tour. This version has 40 minutes of new footage, while 30 minutes of the original have been removed, so the running time is 115 minutes - 10 minutes longer than the original. Reluctantly he accepts the postponement of a performance in Syracuse.
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