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Justin Bieber releasing new movie on Christmas

Justin Bieber releasing new movie on Christmas

BELIEVE IN BIEBER: Justin's got a new movie coming out just in time for Christmas. Photo: Associated Press

Justin Bieber has the holidays all wrapped up for his fans – the pop superstar will release his new concert movie “Believe” on Christmas Day.

The news comes a week after Bieber announced plans to release a new song on iTunes every Monday leading up to the film’s debut in almost two months.

His first new iTunes release, “HeartBreaker,” shot to number one in over 60 countries last week and the follow-up, “All That Matters,” has rocketed to the top of the download charts in 58 countries this week.

Announcing the news of his Christmas Day documentary release, Bieber says, “I am so excited to be involved in this movie, and so happy to be able to give back to my fans, especially during the holiday season… I can’t wait till Christmas day when the movie will be in theaters everywhere.”

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