Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun posted new photo on his Instagram account where he had a meeting with the staff of the Open Road Film distributor – planning to launch the next JB documentary “Believe Movie” which is going to be released this Christmas.
@sooterbraun: With the team at Open Road going over the Christmas Day release plan for the #BelieveMovie
Open Road Films is an American film distribution company based in Hollywood, CA. It was launched by the two largest U.S. theaters; AMC and Regal Entertainment Group.
One Direction had more chart success in North America over the weekend, where their documentary film “This Is Us” (2013) was the top draw at US and Canadian cinemas. But its opening tally of $17 million couldn’t beat Justin Bieber’s music documentaries “Never Say Never” (2011) at Box Office chart. Continue
Director Jon M Chu reveals new detail about Justin’s new movie “BELIEVE 3D”.
He tells LAtimes:
It started as just a concert movie but we’ve got so many other things now. We have footage of him writing the first song for his next album on a piece of paper with a pencil. Blank page, erasing, writing. That’s where it starts.
It’s almost about a boy becoming an artist rather than a boy’s life. Because his artistry is his life now.
Unlike the “Never Say Never” movie — which is distributed by Paramount Pictures, Jon Chu said the “Believe” movie does not yet have a distributor:
We haven’t figured it out. We did it independently: me, Scooter and Justin, we own the footage. We’re cutting it and we’re going to see who wants it – maybe it’s a pay per view or maybe direct to DVD.
Justin wants to make sure that every one of beliebers can go see every tour he ever embarks on … but there are so many fans who can’t afford to buy concert tickets — or its sell out too fast.
Here’s what manager Scooter Braun tells MTV News:
What we want to do is … the concerts sell out so quickly, which has really been a blessing. But Justin and I were talking about how there’s so many kids out there who are in a position like he was growing up who don’t have a lot of money, who aren’t able to go to concerts.
Justin wants to put each one of his tours for the rest of his career in theaters for at least one weekend so that kid [fans] can go to the theater, pay their $10 and have that experience.
This is more about just giving them the concert and letting all the kids around the world for one weekend go to the concert together and then go back home and go online and share their experience.
Are you excited for the BELIEVE 3D movie?