Justin Bieber 3D Movie
Brace yourselves for another onslaught of tweenage Bieber mania. If you have not already been over-saturated by the posts on the vast Intertube network under his command, Justin Bieberwill stake claim to Valentine Day’s weekend at motion picture theaters all around the world. Paramount Pictures is releasing a 3D Justin Bieber concert movie that will be showing this February 11 on Valentine’s Day weekend. The “biography movie” will include his songs from his recent concerts.
Yes we will once again be subjected to an endless stream of tweet, twits and twats. And this time its in 3D. If you think Bieber mania has waned, think again. The Justin Bieber finger nail polish has been selling like hot cakes at Walmart. That’s right, the factories of China could not pump out enough Bubble Gum colored bottles to meet the demand of Justin Bieber’s virginal, sex crazed fans.
The second most obvious question is why 3D? How does Hollywood expect anyone to take 3d technology seriously if it used to make concert movies? How seriously can some one a technology featured prominently in the title of a Justin Bieber picture? Yogi Bear was in 3D too. That kind of makes 3D the latest butt of jokes of the blogosphere.
Is this the biebepocalypse? Is it the end of the world as we know it? Well as any one mature enough to yell “Get off my Lawn!” will tell you, Bieber is not the first super annoying pop teen star, nor will he be the last. In fact when compared to the many talent-less hacks out there raking in millions of dollars he can actually play a musical instrument. So he has that going for him I guess.
The teen pop sensation cycle runs every five to seven years. Because of the incredible pressure of modern day stardom and the realization that your fanbase’s musical tastes have out grown you, the end seems to be always on the horizon. But that doesn’t mean Justin will be going away even after he hits twenty something and has a laundry list of embarrassing digressions.
Annoying pop stars have a way of making comeback after comeback since they are guaranteed airplay because of their “where are they now?” curiosity factor. The 3D biopic film of fifteen year-old Justin Bieber is but one of too many irritating and ironic occurrences produced by our insatiable, info hungry modern pop culture.
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