New version of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never to premiere

Drooling Justin Bieber fans everywhere are talking about this week’s two “Bieber cuts:” not only did the teen pop sensation trim his signature ‘do for a shorter, older look, but his 3D documentary, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never will be re-released this Friday, this time with more features and footage from director Jon Chu. Chu is an alumnus of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts and previously worked on Step Up 3D.

According to the New York Daily News, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut will not just have an extremely long title. The new and improved hormone film will have 40 more minutes of the Canadian-born teen dream. However, 22 minutes of the original film have been scooped out to keep the film at a child-friendly 115 minutes.

The film, released by Paramount, cost $13 million to make and has since grossed approximately $52 million internationally, according to

The special version of the film will be in theaters for only one week.

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never documents the sensational success of the YouTube user turned megacelebrity by following him on tour, showing his perform at Madison Square Garden and interviewing his parents, grandparents and oldest friends.

The film was released February 11.