Justin Beiber "The "Never Say Never" follow-up, directed by Jon M. Chu, features Usher, Scooter Braun and the singer's mom, Pattie Mallette.
Justin Bieber gave fans a first look at his new movie on Friday, unveiling the teaser for the Jon M. Chu-directed "Never Say Never" follow-up, "Believe 3D."
The film will apparently highlight Bieber's transition from teen pop star to young adult. In the preview's opening scene, Bieber's longtime manager Scooter Braun is seen poking fun at the singer's mustache. With his voice cracking, Bieber quips: "This is how much of a man I am," while #STACHE flashes across the scene.
It's a safe bet that "Believe 3D" will be chock-full of hashtags, as the singer posted the video alongside the hashtag #FilmFridays on Twitter. On Monday, Bieber kicked off his own contribution to the growing Twitter trend #MusicMonday, debuting his newest single "Heartbreaker" and promising to release one new song every Monday for 10 weeks as a lead-up to his film's release.
The doc's teaser highlights concert footage and behind the scenes shenanigans from the 19-year-old, while Bieber's mentor Usher and his mom Pattie Mallette also appear in interview settings.
"Believe 3D" is due to hit theaters this Christmas.