Bieber’s manager: Every tour will be movie

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Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun confirms that the pop star will make a movie of each concert tour he performs in the future.

The 18-year-old international pop sensation’s 2011 3D concert film Never Say Never was a huge success, earning just under $100 million worldwide.

Justin is committed to sharing his live performances with all of his fans, including the underprivileged listeners that can’t afford to go to his show.

"What we want to do is ... the concerts sell out so quickly, which has really been a blessing. But Justin and I were talking about how there's so many kids out there who are in a position like he was growing up who don't have a lot of money, who aren't able to go to concerts," Scooter explained to MTV News.

"He wants to put each one of his tours for the rest of his career in theatres for at least one weekend so that kid can to the theatre, pay their $10 and have that experience."

The upcoming films will not likely be in a documentary format.

Justin wants viewers to feel like they are in the audience at one of his gigs.

"This is more about just giving them the concert and letting all the kids around the world for one weekend go to the concert together and then go back home and go online and share their experience," Scooter said.

Justin’s current tour Believe is currently on a temporary hiatus and will kick off again in Dublin, Ireland on February 17.

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