With “Justin Bieber: Our World,” out Oct. 8 on Prime Video, Justin Bieber returns to the documentary spotlight for the fourth time. In the weeks leading up to his record-breaking New Year’s Eve 2020 concert at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the film follows Bieber. The documentary will follow Justin’s personal life as well as his live-streamed New Year’s Eve show from the Beverly Hilton’s rooftop in Los Angeles.
It was his first public appearance in nearly four years. The trailer begins with an intimate look into the superstar’s personal life, as promised. As he films himself waking up and getting ready on the day of the big event, Bieber’s 2015 hit “Where Are U Now” plays.
THIS MOVIE EMBODIES TEAMWORK AND LIVING WITH A PURPOSE! CANT WAIT FOR YOU TO SEE IT! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE INVOLVED 😍 pic.twitter.com/QXbAjZLT3c
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) September 22, 2021
When it comes to documentaries, the Canadian singer, who rose to fame with songs like “Baby” and “One Less Lonely Girl,” is no newbie. The concert documentary “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” captured the build-up to his sold-out 2011 Madison Square Garden show in a similar way. Believe followed Justin Bieber’s meteoric rise to fame, which began at the age of 13 when Scooter Braun and Usher discovered him on YouTube.
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The 27-year hip-hop-singer explained that he just wanted to create a night that would bring people together and people could just let go and enjoy themselves. Michael D. Ratner is the director of “Justin Bieber: Our World.” Ratner, Scott Ratner, Kfir Goldberg, and Andy Mininger serve as producers for OBB Pictures, with Scooter Braun, Allison Kaye, Scott Manson, and Jennifer McDaniels serving as executive producers through Scooter Braun Films.