Paramount Pictures is hoping fans still have Bieber fever. The studio has announced that they’re releasing a new version of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never February 25 in 3D theaters:
Director Jon M. Chu’s updated Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut will play only in 3D runs in the U.S. and Canada, replacing the original version. There will be 40 minutes of new footage.
Chu has trimmed 30 minutes of footage from the original Never Say Never to accommodate the addtional [sic] scenes. Updated version runs 115 minutes, instead of the original running time of 105 minutes.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut is scheduled to run for one week.
Since hitting theaters on February 11, ‘Never Say Never’ has racked in an impressive $51.37M in domestic box office plus another $1.33M in select foreign markets. That’s enough to make the $15M-budgeted documentary the 3rd highest-grossing of all-time — Domestic only — behind just “Fahrenheit 9/11″ ($119.19M) and “March of the Penguins” ($77.44M).