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Justin Bieber Preps for Filming New Movie in Summer 2012

October 21, 2011 (1:54 am) GMT
Although he is currently busy with his music career, the 'Baby' hitmaker says that he plans to 'start on a movie' next year, adding that his team is already 'working on the script.'

might be busy with his music career at the moment, but that doesn't stop him from planning to make a new movie. After grabbing a big success with his documentary movie "" earlier this year, the Canadian heartthrob aims to hit the big screen again with another film which he may start shooting next year.

Talking to MTV when premiering his "Mistletoe" music video last Tuesday, October 18, the "Baby" hitmaker shared, "Hopefully next summer I can start on a movie or something." Although he didn't elaborate furthermore about what kind of movie he will work on, he noted that his team is already "working on the script."

As for now, the 17-year-old pop star confessed that he is still very busy working on his new albums. "What's happening is: get off this tour, and then my [holiday] album's coming out, so I have to go back out and promote that album...and then after that...it's almost time for my next album, so then everything starts over again," so he said.

Bieber has shown his interest in pursuing acting career for several times. He once admitted that he'd love to star in a comedy movie, saying, "[I want] to do a comedy with , like play his son or something like that."



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