Bieber Fever in 3D: A Justin Bieber Movie?!

Brace yourself…Bieber Fever is coming to a theater near you…in 3D.


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Justin Bieber’s life story will be told in his film, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, in 3D. The film is set to hit theaters on February 11th, 2011 and will focus on the 16-year-old pop sensation’s rise to fame.

With actual home video footage, the documentary chronicles Bieber Fever, from Bieber’s YouTube days, to his initial meetings with Usher, and all the way to his 2010 sold out concerts.

Miley Cyrus fans will be happy to know that she will make a cameo in the film.

Paramount Pictures, MTV Films, and InSurge Pictures are producing the documentary that has Bieber telling his fans to believe in their dreams. It’s now in its final stages of post-production.

Can’t wait to see Bieber in 3D? Check out the film’s website and trailer here.

What an optimal time to release the film, just around Valentine’s Day, where screaming girls will gather together in theaters and claim Bieber as their Valentine. And with the movie being in 3D, fans could almost reach out and touch him—as if they are actually on a date with Bieber.

Unlike many critics, I actually don’t mind my fellow Canadian Justin Bieber. The question remains: will Bieber fever ever fade out? Never say never.

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    A committed soap opera freak--err, fan, Rolla Bahsous was thrilled to begin her professional writing career writing about everything soaps. But her love for television did not stop at daytime! Rolla is excited to be using her guilty pleasure, following celebrity gossip, at Rolla's had a few encounters with her favorite celebs, including a fingertip brush and a "Take care, sweetheart" from Michael Buble, as well as a flying kiss from Nick Carter - in both incidents Rolla forgot how to breathe. Rolla's University of Toronto degree in communications, political science, and theater is evidence of her diverse interests. When she is not writing, Rolla enjoys her obsession with fairies, coffee shops, and working out, (while watching television, of course!).