Justin Bieber to inspire young people in new film

LOS ANGELES, USA - Teen superstar Justin Bieber is turning to film and has spoken about his upcoming project which is sure to draw some big attention

The film, entitled Justin Bieber: Never Say Never will be premiering worldwide next year and will show the true story behind his music career.

Discovered on youtube, Justin is America's most powerful and influential teen star and has been featured in many hit videos, along with Ludacris and other rappers and singers.

Other artists turning to film have included Michael Jackson, who was renowned for making not just iconic music, but 'epic' music videos. Kanye West recently came out with 'Runaway', a 30 minute musical film that inspired, and divided critics, as it was the first time the rapper had delved so extensively into film.

Bieber's film wont follow the musical style of Kanye West, or depict a Michael Jackson'esque epic music video, but will more of a biopic.

Earlier this week, the singer told reporters: "I want to let people know there's a lot of people that are discouraging in life and that will tell you you can't do something, but you just got to remember that the sky's the limit."

Making the movie inspired Bieber, who felt he needed to share his success and journey as an artist. The young singer is also working on a book and will release an acoustic album in the near future.

This Sunday, Bieber will head to Madrid in Spain for the MTV EMA's.

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