Last weekend Justin Bieber lost out at the Grammys for Best New Artist and Best Pop Album, and he also came in a close second at the box office. According to Forbes.com, Justin’s new concert documentary, Never Say Never has earned $30.2 million, just below Adam Sandler’s Just Go With It, which earned $30.5 million.
That also puts Bieber’s movie “Never Say Never” second behind Miley Cyrus of the best opening weekends of all time for concert movies. Hannah Montana Movie opened to $31 million in 2008.
According to CBS, Justin will repeat his Jason McCann role this February. In the episode, ‘Targets of Obsession,’ Bieber’s character calls Nick (George Eads) to tell him he’s in grave danger. The episode is set to air Thursday, February 17.
Justin Bieber says that he just want to hang out with family and friends in new year 2011. He told MTV, “For New Year’s, I’m just hanging out. I’m just going to be with my family.” He added, “Just being with them and relaxing, because I’ve been go, go, go for the past three years.”
Justin will appear in his first film, “Never Say Never”, which opens in February 11. He tweeted, “Chillin and happy. Its been a fun year with a lot of blessings. Some crazy rumors but so much fun and memories. We r just gettin started!!!” In another tweet he indicated, “Need the rest. #grateful”
Justin Bieber poses with staff at Empire Theatres in Waterloo, Ontario. Dec. 27, 2010. (Courtesy Empire Theatres)
Justin Bieber visits the Empire Theatres on Ira Needles Boulevard in Waterloo. Ontario – Canada.
Justin was reportedly hosting a private showing of his new feature film “Never Say Never” at the theatre on Monday afternoon. There were around 20 of Bieber’s family and friends, many of whom appear in the film, were at the screening.