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Justin Beiber Debuts 3-D Movie Trailer

The trailer features behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with key people involved in Bieber's career

October 26, 2010 11:54 AM ET

Fans attending Justin Bieber's Los Angeles tour stop got more than just a concert: The singer debuted the trailer for his forthcoming 3-D film Never Say Never , which is slated for release on Valentine's Day weekend next year.

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The trailer, which you can watch here, features behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with key people involved in Bieber's career, including his mentor, Usher, and manager Scott "Scooter" Braun.

Director John Chu described the movie to MTV: "We talked about the story of us sort of going back to his life and seeing a lot of archival footage and things that have never been seen. that his mom shot when he was a kid," he said. "We don't have as much of that in the trailer, [and] the movie uses a lot, 'cause we're finding it really fascinating to see him grow. It's one of the very few generations that have been able to be shot when they were a kid to a teenager and see all the steps of his development."

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