Teen sensation Justin Bieber premiered the trailer for his upcoming 3-D film, “Never Say Never” during a concert stop in Los Angeles that featured Will Smith son Jaden Smith, Usher and Sean Kingston.
“I don’t know if I’m getting enough love tonight; it’s gotta be louder — come on, guys!” The entire arena answered his call with a thunderous eruption of screams.
“I might get in trouble for this, L.A.,” he said. “I got a special treat for you guys!” Then Bieber announced that he was going to debut the trailer as a thank-you to his fans, MTV.com reported.
The biopic titled “Never Say Never” premiers February 11, Valentine’s Day weekend.
The film offers a glimpse behind the scenes of Bieber’s everyday life, and the people who helped his career.
“There’s gonna be times where people tell you that you can’t live your dreams,” Bieber says at the end of the clip. “This is what I tell them: Never say never!”
“Every step, everyone’s always said, ‘No, no, no, no,’ ” director Jon Chu told MTV News last week. “And he’s always said, ‘Yes, yes, yes.’ And that sort of ‘never say never’ idea is conveyed in the trailer.”
The movie is expected to be largely an inspirational look at his climb from YouTube sensation to major pop stardom.
Nonetheless, like many who came before him, Bieber is surrounded by questions over whether he will be enduring figure or just another flash-in-the pan teen sensation.
Two years ago, the Jonas Brothers movie was supposed to be huge, too, and it tanked at the box office.
Bieber has a dedicated core of devoted fans and Paramount executives are counting on them to turn out in droves for the film.