And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Justin Bieber, and Hell followed with him. Oh, just kidding! But still, the fact that there's a documentary biopic about a 16 year-old, called Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, does have us a bit bemused. No, we're not kidding: here's the trailer for proof.
Justin Bieber, for those of you who have managed to avoid the mop-topped pop moppet, is a teen sensation who combines the tween appeal of the Jonas Brothers / Hanson / David Cassidy (delete according to age) with the insanity-provoking powers of the Beatles at their height. He sings some songs too, and judging by this trailer inspires people to dream big just by existing.
It's all directed by Jon "Step Up 2 The Streets" Chu, and clearly combines talking heads, old family videos and backstage access to Bieber's concert shows to prove that he's just a regular guy who can serve as an inspiration to all, or some such.
The film's due in cinemas on February 11 next year in the US, and shortly thereafter or thereabouts here as well.