Never Say Never on the Valentine’s Day

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.

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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)

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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.

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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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