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It looks like Jewish people won't be the only people inside a movie theater this year on Christmas.

They'll be joined there by Beliebers around the country!

Justin Bieber and his team announced today that "Believe" will open on December 25, as Jon M. Chu directs a film that features new interviews with Bieber and manager Scooter Braun, along with Ludacris, Mike Posner, Usher and many others.

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"I am so excited to be involved in this movie, and so happy to be able to give back to my fans, especially during the holiday season," Bieber said in a statement.

"Jon Chu and my team have done a wonderful job creating a special moment for Beliebers worldwide and I can't wait till Christmas day when the movie will be in theaters everywhere."

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Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga might soon get killed by Will Smith. Wait... what?!?

Men in Black III director Barry Sonnenfeld confirmed in an interview with Collider this week that the music superstars will actually cameo in his upcoming blockbuster, though you're unlikely to be aware of it as you watch Agents J and K in action.

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"In this [installment] there are a few people that you'll see up on the surveillance board, including Lady Gaga, Tim Burton, who probably knows more about aliens than I do, and let's see who else... Justin Bieber," Sonnenfeld told the website. "The challenge is getting celebrities that are famous, will give you permission and won't be like 'Who's that guy?' in 10 years."

In the 2002 sequel to this franchise, Michael Jackson actually played the role of an alien for a brief scene.

The film comes out on May 25 and you can watch the Men in Black III trailer now. Can you spot Bieber and/or Gaga in it?!?

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He can make us swoon, but can Justin Bieber make us laugh?

As first reported by The Los Angeles Times, the singer in negotiations to star opposite Ashton Kutcher in a comedy titled What Would Kenny Do?. It would focus on a high school student who receives guidance from a grown-up version of himself.

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For Bieber, who guest-starred earlier this season on CSI, the role would make his first foray into fiction on the big screen.

With Never Say Never, of course, the 17-year old broke records and proved he has major box office power. Would you go see a comedy that featured him and Kutcher?

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For those who thought it would never be appropriate to compare Justin Bieber with Michael Jackson, we have three words for you: never say never.

The 17-year old icon has set a new box office record with his first foray on to the big screen, surpassing the King of Pop in the process. Through yesterday, Bieber's Never Say Never has earned $72.2 million domestically, becoming the most successful concert-themed film of all-time in the United States.

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Jackson's This Is It brought in $72.1 million.

Bieber will never catch MJ on a worldwide basis, however.

This Is It, which chronicled Jackson's final tour preparations prior to his June 2009 passing, has garnered an unfathomable $189.1 overseas. Bieber's biopic has only grossed $10.8 million outside America.

Another point of historical comparison: Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour earned $5 million internationally in 2008 and $65 domestically.

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