What Did ‘Believe’ Director Learn From Working with Justin Bieber?
If you have a Justin Bieber fan in your family, then you’re set with your Christmas present this year—tickets to Justin’s new documentary Justin Bieber’s Believe!
The flick hits theaters on Christmas day and was directed by Jon Chu, who also oversaw Justin’s last movie Never Say Never.
And considering Justin’s grown up quite a bit while filming the doc and has been scrutinized by the media story after story while Jon’s been on board, we could only wonder, what’s the most interesting thing Jon’s realized about Bieber through this all?
Jon tells On Air with Ryan Seacrest: “He just wanted to make music. Everyday after his show, he’d go and write music in his bus and stuff that people have never heard before. Stuff that’s still on just his computer. To me, that revealed a lot about him how much he loves music and how much … he needs also a time for himself.”
Justin just finished wrapping his #MusicMondays just last week but he’s now preparing for the release of his “Journals”, which will feature all ten #MusicMondays tracks plus five new tracks.
Catch Justin Bieber’s Believe in theaters Christmas Day.