Giveaway for JUSTIN BIEBER's upcoming film BELIEVE in theaters December 25, 2013.

Have you ever heard of Justin Bieber? Of course you have! On Christmas day the film BELIEVE will be in a theater near you. This film has interviews with Justin as he shares his love of music, concert footage not seen before, behind the scenes footage and more of his life you or your teen is dying to know.


Get the scoop on all things Justin Bieber and learn more about what drives to share his music on stage. Learn about his music, his life, his passion, and how he copes with the press, the fans, and being a teen.



There are special appearances in the film from his manager, and his mother, Patti Mallette in BELIEVE, you can read more about her below. Overcoming her childhood struggles she now helps others.


The film is rated PG and opens in theaters on December 25, 2013.
Check you local listings for show times.
visit Justin Bieber's  web site for more information

Giveaway: In honor of Justin Bieber's film BELIEVE, there are two posters from the film to giveaway. Two winners will be selected and each person sent one (1) poster from the company. For your chance to win one of two posters enter the giveaway here:

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ABOUT BELIEVE
BELIEVE, set to hit theaters Christmas Day is directed by Jon M. Chu (Never Say Never, G.I. Joe: Retaliation). BELIEVE captures 19-year-old Justin Bieber unfiltered and brutally honest. In brand new interviews with Bieber, the movie reveals long-awaited answers to questions about his passion to make music, relationships and coming of age in the spotlight -- as well as never-before-seen concert footage, unprecedented behind-the-scenes access and special appearances from manager Scooter Braun, mother Patti Mallette, Usher and more.

ABOUT PATTIE MALLETT
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Pattie Mallette grew up in Stratford, Ontario overcoming unimaginable obstacles in the face of abuse, poverty and an unexpected teen pregnancy. She now uses her voice to inspire others as a bestselling author,producer and influential speaker
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In 2012, Pattie published her memoir, "Nowhere But Up," (Revell) which became aNew York Times bestseller within the first week of its release. As an executive producer she worked on “Crescendo,” a short film that received 11 international film festival honors prior to its premier in February 2013. Proceeds of “Crescendo” are being used to support crisis pregnancy centers worldwide, a passion of Pattie’s that grew from her own experience. As a single parent at 18, Pattie was personally assisted by a center, which despite her difficult circumstances enabled her to be the best mother possible to her son, Justin
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Continuing her desire to help others give voice to their own stories, Pattie became an executive producer of “Renee,” starring Kat Dennings (2 Broke Girls). Set to release in winter 2013, the feature film is inspired by the true story behind the global movement To Write Love on Her Arms
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Pattie recently launched her foundation called Round 2, which seeks to offer a second chance to those who have been knocked down by providing assistance and resources to those in distress