New Details About Justin Bieber’s “Believe” Movie Announced
Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and the “Believe” movie director Jon M. Chu opened up to ABC News Radio about the movie, sharing new details. Here’s what Scooter had to say about how they changed the film from what it was originally set to be:
You know, we actually canned the film for six months so we could address [the rumors about Justin]. Because we realized we couldn’t put out a fluff piece with everything that happened. You’ll see in the film how we address it, because once it starts getting out of control, 90 percent of it isn’t true. You can’t address everything. I think people forget that it’s a 19-year-old kid, trying to figure it out.
And here’s what Jon added:
I wanted the world to see Justin the way I know Justin, warts and all, because I think if you see him, you’ll see the kid in there. You’ll see the kid turning into an artist. You’ll see him making choices about taking over his empire; some wrong and some right choices. I think you’ll see a kid who’s sometimes confused about those issues and sometimes knows exactly where he stands on it. He’s not a product that we get to take down for our entertainment. I think he’s someone that we get to watch the journey of and to root for to survive it all.
“Believe” is currently playing in theaters! Let us know if you see Justin’s new movie!