Justin Bieber’s Manager Confirms 'Never Say Never' Follow-up [VIDEO]
Scooter Braun posts YouTube video confirming ‘Believe’ movie
Justin Bieber’s 3D concert film, ‘Never Say Never’ was internationally successful and made fans out of previous non-Beliebers. ‘Never Say Never’ has also been named the most successful documentary film in history, so it would only make sense for his team to film a follow-up in conjunction with the release of Bieber’s new album, ‘Believe’.
Bieber’s manager and creator, Scooter Braun, posted a short video on YouTube announcing that Jon Chu has joined Bieber’s crew for the ‘Believe’ tour as Creative Director.
“We’re gonna make the greatest show on the planet for everyone out there! We’re gonna make history,” Braun says in the video.
Chu followed up by posting on Twitter, expressing his excitement for the upcoming project.
“IT’S TRUE. We’re gonna create the greatest show on the planet #paperplatecontract,” Chu tweeted.
Chu signed the contract with Braun and Bieber on a paper plate in the video.
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