Justin Bieber Denies Being Formulaic, Insists His Film Was Necessary

Posted by PZ on February 1st, 2011

Singer Justin Bieber arrives at the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California on January 16, 2011. UPI/Jim Ruymen

Teen sensation Justin Bieber has defended his new film, which shows how hard he had to work to make it as a singer. Even though Bieber hasn’t even hit his twenties yet, the new film named Never Say Never will show Bieber hard at work, and as an extra feature to add to the madness, it’s been shot in 3D. Bieber opens up about the film, saying that he wasn’t just ‘put together’ while on The Late Show With David Letterman:

“[The movie] is my story. Most people would think some people just put me together; some people just made me, like I’m just some factory machine! But this movie proves that I really worked hard to get here and I just wanted to show that.”

According to DigitalSpy, he also told Letterman that he spends 15 hours a week being schooled, and isn’t concerned about going to college yet. The film will be released on the 11th of February and has been shot in the form of a documentary.




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