At the star-filled New York screening for Justin Bieber's long-awaited 3-D flick "Never Say Never," the star, donning a purple bow tie, looked excited for his fans to finally get a chance to see the film they've been hearing all about for the past few months.
"I'm feeling good," he told MTV News on the red carpet, moments before he entered the theater to watch the film alongside his fans. "It's great to be here. All my fans have been really supportive, so I'm really glad to be playing them my movie."
The film is part concert film, part documentary, complete with interviews from some of the people closest to the teen phenom. It also features cameos from Miley Cyrus, Usher and Ludacris, to name a few, during concert performances (filmed at Madison Square Garden last September) and interviews.
So what does Bieber think his fans will love the most? "Fans will be really excited to see that I'm just a regular 16-year-old having fun just living my dream," he said. "And it's possible for anyone to live theirs."
And he's not wrong: There's plenty of behind-the-scenes gems that fans will go bananas over, including scenes of Bieber hanging with his pals and even footage and photos that fans may not have ever seen before.
A testament to his star power, a number of A-listers made an appearance at the screening, including Spike Lee, Diggy Simmons, Jay Sean and the film's director, Jon Chu. The audience at the screening was scattered with Bieber insiders, including his mom and his manager, Scooter Braun. The film opens February 11.
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