With "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" having grossed nearly $100 million worldwide on its release two years ago, the controversy-plagued teen idol is hitting the big-screen once again with a brand-new documentary.
Entitled "Believe" after his most recent album and tour, the film will chart Bieber's ascent to superstardom while utilizing a mixture of concert footage to tell the tale. Set to be released domestically by Open Road Films, the new movie - which was filmed on the sly by "Never Say Never" director Jon M. Chu - will screen for buyers at the Toronto Film Festival later this month.
The news was broken by Deadline.
Bieber's "Believe" has been certified platinum by the RIAA.