The first documentary of Justin Bieber, “Never Say Never“, complete 3 years since its debut in the United States. The film shown in 3D in theaters worldwide, shows the trajectory of the singer since his childhood, when he discovered his musical gifts, until the moment it is discovered by her current manager, Scooter Braun, through the channel Kidrauhl on Youtube in which Justin covers.
The film, directed by Jon Chu , still portrays moments of the beginning of the career of Bieber, when it had not yet achieved worldwide fame, and leaves his hometown in Canada moving to Atlanta in search of his dream. Another important point of the documentary is the countdown to the first presentation of Justin in one of the largest arenas in the world, New York: Madison Square Garden, the realization of a dream of Justin. Watch The Video!
One Direction’s 3-D concert film One Direction: This is Us pulled in an estimated $17 million over the first three days of the four-day Labor Day weekend. Measured against the non-holiday opening three-day grosses for the recent micro-genre of theatrical concert movies (most of which have been released in 3-D), that puts Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry, and Louis smack in the middle of the pack, behind the concert films for Miley Cyrus (a.k.a. Hannah Montana), Justin Bieber, and Michael Jackson, but ahead of the films for the Jonas Brothers, Katy Perry, and the cast of Glee. (The figures are a bit worse for 1D if you factor in the per theater average, which reflects roughly how full each theater actually was.)
There are couple caveats here: It is impossible to know how many folks holding out to see One Direction: This is Us until Labor Day itself would have seen it earlier had Monday not been a holiday. And both the Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus film and the Michael Jackson film were billed as limited runs, giving fans more of an imperative to race out to see the film on its opening weekend before it left theaters. Continue reading →
Justin Bieber’s 2011 movie biopic, currently the US’ highest grossing concert film of all time, has been deconstructed to hilarious or blasphemous effect — depending on whose watching — and the result is “Everything wrong with Justin Bieber: Never Say Never in six minutes or less.”
Put together by Cinema Sins, whose resume includes other mega-grossers such as The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, The Hobbit, Django Unchained and more, the makers contend Never Say Never contains 98 (possibly a pun on its over $98 million worldwide gross) “movie sins.” Watch The video!
The film / documentary Justin Bieber , “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” (2011), was first shown on American TV, the broadcaster MTV. The display was one of the leaders of audience and also stood out on the list of famous research company, Nielsen.
Check below, audience numbers compiled by the Nielsen primetime from July 29 to August 4, where the movie appears in the highlights of Justin on Twitter: Continue reading →
The MTV U.S. will display a special heating to launch TV Movie 2011 Justin Bieber , “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” . The movie will air on Sunday (04), was released two years ago, but the special ‘Bieber O’Clock’ bring controversial subjects and will clear up rumors by Justin himself, relatives, staff and friends.
The special will not show on all TV channel rather then MTV, so the only option is to watch online. The JBM players will be providing live here on this post so you do not miss any detail and we will be posting updates on our statements of Justin Twitter @TheJBMusic . Watch Live!
The “Bieber O’Clock” , special heating television debut movie Justin Bieber , “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” on MTV, started around 22h00 on Saturday night (03) and several sections have been conveyed during the programming of the station.
The special brings old pictures of Justin on MTV appearances, reports of his team members, fans, and even Justin himself. The JBM will be updating this post with videos while MTV is showing the same, then so better quality videos are released, we will be publishing the same captioned.Watch The Full Episode!
The MTV in the United States will be exhibiting a special 24 hour titled “Bieber O’Clock” (Time Bieber), where the singer himself and those close to it. As his friend Ryan Butler , his mother, Pattie Mallette , his manager Scooter Braun and others close and important in the singer’s career, including his Beliebers , will be appearing and participating in this special is a countdown to the televising of his film 2011 “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” which will appear on Sunday (04) on MTV.
The “Bieber O’Clock” promises to clarify rumors about Justin have spit on their fans, the fact that the singer is always shirtless and many other controversial issues, clarified by Justin himself. To launch the special, Justin recorded a teaser you can see below, along with more details: Watch The Video!
Justin Bieber took the Believe Tour to the Canadian city of Kanata, Ottawa. The show featured performances opening Cody Simpson and the band Hot Chelle Rae .
The star held a concert exciting and full of music, dance and visual effects in its 113th presentation since the tour began. With the Scotiabank Place in its maximum capacity, Justin performed it some of his early successes and also present, since “One Time” and the acoustic“Be Alright” and “Fall” , to the danceable “Love Me Like You Do” and “Out Of Town Girl” . Like a good Canadian, Bieber also set aside a time to honor his country, when he sang the anthem, “O Canada” and then concluded, “I’m proud to be Canadian!”
Separate the key moments of the show, recorded by fans and also professional videos of the performances of Justin. Check out: Watch The Video!