A few months ago, Justin Bieber announced that he's working on his own biopic movie which will be similar to Eminem's "8 Mile." That all eventually changed and the new plan became to release a documentary with footage from Bieber's home movies and his concert tour.
But UCB Comedy still wants to see the "8-Mile" version biopic and has put together a trailer for "8 Kilometers," giving us a look at Bieber's struggles on his way to the top. Check out the trailer below.
Description: The new official trailer for the gritty life story of music legend Justin Bieber. From the harsh cul-de-sacs of Canada to the grim recording studios of California, Bieber has lived a gritty life like no other.
at least when eminem came out with 8 mile, he had more than one year of success and was actually pretty well known before...honestly beiber, if you're that hell bent on making your own '8 mile' you'll do what eminem did at the end of the movie...get out of the industry for good
CCBlevwrites: on November 14th, 2010 at 9:14:13 AM
Thank god it didnt have the real Bieber in it. If it did we'd all be dying od AIDS right now.
The Skippy Spartan writes:
on November 14th, 2010 at 7:28:20 AM
Beiber compared himself as the Kurt Cobain of his generation, and people just don't get him yet!
seriously, does this little douche want as many people to hate him as possible?
@The Skippy Spartan
If Justin thinks he's *ha!* the next Kurt Cobain, then he should tak a shotgun and bite down hard on it, as the bullet takes out the bald spot on the back of his head, with brains, skull and blood painting his apartment.
Then that would be the only similarity I would even consider.
on November 14th, 2010 at 7:43:59 AM
Bieber sure is rich as hell but he will pay the price of internet exposure soon enough...
If we all are lucky, and that cancer-ridden kid at Make a Wish gets his wish fulfilled, Justin will wind up in gay porn, like that child actor did who has his tongue stuck on the flagpole in A Christmas Story.
Or an overdose.
Or doing dirty sanchez videos like Dustin Diamond.