The Canadian star lost his voice when he had a number of gigs lining up for him, and he was asked to be more cautious.
Less than two weeks from "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" U.S. release, Paramount Pictures has debuted a new clip from the movie. It shares the star's experience when he lost his voice while he was still having a lot of shows. Asked to be more cautious, Justin Bieber promises to do his best at his performance.
"Everyone thinks this is going to be another 3-D concert movie, but it's anything but that," the 16-year-old singer has previously said about his film. "It's a story of how my family, friends and the fans helped me get here and everyday are helping me live an impossible dream. That's why I want them to see it first."
"Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" is directed by "Step Up 3-D" helmer Jon Chu who claimed, "It's not your typical concert film and it's not going to be a biopic.... but it is about his life." The movie will hit U.S. cinemas on February 11, the same day Jennifer Aniston-starring romantic comedy "Just Go with It" is released.