Justin Bieber Debuts 'Never Say Never' Poster
As Nintendo refuse to let Biebs use the Mario theme in the flick...
Justin Bieber has debuted the new poster for his forthcoming 3D movie, Never Say Never.
The pic sees the 16-year old teen heartthrob standing tall in the middle of a street, with his hometown Stratford in Ontario, Canada on one side in black and white, while on his right side, Biebs is standing next to the colourful skyline of New York city.
According to our US Team, the poster symbolises Justin being stuck in between two worlds, as he is pictured wearing all black underneath the movie tagline that reads "Find out what's possible if you never give up."
The Baby singer is seemingly excited about the release of his new film, recently tweeting: "wow. 3 weeks. starting to get hyped."
He later added: "just the #NEVERSAYNEVER3D commercial on tv myself for the first time. That flick looks pretty good. might check that thing out."
While Justin and the rest of the world may be bracing themselves for Never Say Never to hit the big screen, Nintendo have refused to let Bieber use a clip of the Mario theme tune in the movie.
Director Jon Chu tweeted his frustration at the fact that the music will not be allowed in Justin's film, stating: "'aw C'mon Nintendo! Y won't u let us use the Mario theme for 15 secs in the @Justinbieber movie...talk about free advertising passed up. Oops."
Despite his pleas, the gaming giants have stayed true to their word and have refused to let the snippet of the iconic music feature in the film.
It seems Nintendo haven't caught Bieber Fever just yet…