Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, a 3D film, is going to be released in theaters around the Valentine’s Day 2011.
Paramount Pictures announced Monday that in the first 12-hours of sales, over 26,000 among the available 100,000 tickets have already sold out in selects cities across the U.S. and Canada to the exclusive February sneak preview screening event.[ Also Read: New Harry Potter Can Win Even Star Wars ]
Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber (pictured above) is a teen sensation in the music world. He became extremely popular when he started showing his videos through YouTube a couple of years ago.
In the recent 2010 American Music Awards, Bieber was declared Artist of the Year. (Read: Meet the Winners of American Music Awards)[ Also Read: Why Do We Need a Movie on Facebook? ]
Theaters already reporting sell-outs include Universal City, CA; Westbury, NY; Paramus, NJ; Honolulu, HI; Rockaway, NJ; Woodbridge, Ontario CAN and Ancaster, Ontario CAN.
The exclusive sneak preview screening events are set for Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 6pm at specially selected RealD 3D equipped movie theaters across the country.
The film in 3D will open on Friday, Feb. 11. The event is presented in association with RealD and Bravado International Group, a leading merchandiser of top music artists.
Paramount Pictures Corporation (PPC), a global producer and distributor of filmed entertainment, is a unit of Viacom, which is a leading content company with film, television and digital entertainment brands.
Photo courtesy: Paramount Pictures
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