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The Trailer For 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never'

From ComingSoon:

"On February 11, Paramount Pictures will bring the story of Canadian pop-R&B singer Justin Bieber to the screen in a Jon Chu-directed biopic titled Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. A trailer for the 3D release, which will include performances from his current concert tour, is now online."

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darklordzor2233d ago

Ummm....do we really need this movie?

Soldierone2233d ago

Why not? Easy money, just like Hannah Montana. Not seeing it isn't gonna do anything. All the blind 14 year old girls are gonna be the ones seeing it.

darklordzor2233d ago

Yeah it's definitely going to make a ton of money...but I don't get the point of having a movie about his 'journey' when he's barely old enough to have one yet. Just seems too soon.

Soldierone2233d ago

There isn't a point, its purely to put his name on a movie ticket and get people to pay to see it. Which will happen. There is nothing else to it.

darklordzor2233d ago

I just don't see the point of having all this for a kid star who might not even make it once puberty really kicks in. I'm not rooting against the kid or anything but child stars don't have the best reputation for making it.

Soldierone2233d ago

Well they usuelly cycle them. Our generation was whats his name that did I Love candy. Once he disapeared someone else took his place and now we are stuck with Justib Bieber for the current generation. The indutsry will milk him to they cant anymore, then move on to another kid.

Its sad, but thats how it works. There will be no opportunity to do this film in the future because he will fade with a year or two. You can tell other stars like Taylor Swift are here to stick around though.

darklordzor2233d ago

Exactly my point. That would be a much more engaging film for everyone. His rise AND his fall, though I guess Disney wouldn't be too keen on a story like that.

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Soldierone2233d ago

I dont know whats worse, this or Hannah Montana. However i hope the money is used for a better project in the future.

darklordzor2233d ago

I think they will both be about the same amount of awful.

Soldierone2233d ago

Yeah, just wondering where the money will go. right after Hannah Monatan, Disney released a few good films.

darklordzor2233d ago

Well Disney always has tons of good films, but they do these things in order to appeal to the other side of their fan base. I can't say I blame them though. They've got Tron coming up, more PIxar films and the next Pirates of course.

Soldierone2233d ago

Well I mean Hannah Montana was used to fund other projects in a more indie style genre like High School Musical and what not. Not those major motion pictures they have.

As for the other thing that what im saying above haha