Justin Bieber has announced he’s releasing a new movie.
The 19-year-old pop superstar is working on another film, following the incredible success of his 2011 3D concert movie, Never Say Never.
He wrote on his Twitter page yesterday, "Rest of the world tour, movie, and #NEWMUSIC all coming this year! never stop working. #focused (sic)"
His first movie told the story of his incredible rise to worldwide fame from 2009 to 2011, and the worldwide box office takings for the movie reached almost $100 million (then R950 million).
Justin is certainly keeping busy as he’s also announced a raft of new dates for his Believe tour. The Beauty and a Beat singer will be playing shows in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Mexico, Japan and across South America.
He’s also hinted he’s working on new songs while he has some time off from his mammoth world tour.
Justin tweeted, "Playing the new music. #musicjournals"
The new work projects should be a welcome distraction for the singer who’s been hitting the headlines for the wrong reasons recently.
Just this week, he was handed a legal letter over a memory card taken from a photographer.
Gustavo Garces was taking pictures of the pop heart-throb on 5 June when he was spotted by Justin who ordered his security team to take away the lensman’s camera.
Although they returned the equipment, Gustavo's memory card was kept, leading to the paparazzo serving a "demand for return of camera memory card and preservation of evidence" to Justin's manager, Scooter Braun.