The 19-year-old pop star refuses to follow in the footsteps of former teen idols like Leif Garrett, Corey Haim and Vanilla Ice
Justin Bieber never says never — well, almost never. In the first trailer for his next concert documentary movie, “Believe,” he says he’ll never let gravity take him down.
“When you’ve reached a certain point in your life, there are people out there waiting to see you fall,” Bieber says in reference to the legion of haters he has acquired since becoming a global superstar. “Rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and fly.”
Yes, Bieber can fly on tour — one more thing he’s done in his 19 years on Earth that you haven’t.
Open Road Films’ Christmas Day release looks a lot like director Jon Chu’s last study of the singer, “Never Say Never,” which grossed almost $100 million worldwide in 2011.
What’s new? Well, if you’ve looked at a computer screen connected to the internet in the last year, you saw a number of unflattering headlines and videos featuring the young performer, so Chu asks the inevitable question: “Are you aware that you could be the next train wreck?”
He is. And he’s also aware that he his dreams of growing a respectable mustache any time soon are “delusional.”