Leave it to Bieber: Filmmakers look to ‘Bieber Fever’ to Cure what Ails them

by Peter D. Marshall

This article was written by David Meredith.

“Just four years ago, Justin Bieber was an average 12-year-old kid living with his single mother in Ontario who often posted clips on YouTube of her son performing covers of Ne-Yo and Aretha Franklin. In just a few short years, his numbers have skyrocketed and the dozens of videos of him online have been viewed tens of millions of times.

His new album, “My World 2.0″ debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and continues to top the sales charts. In fact, the entire nation, from Ellen to SNL to the White House, has been swept up by Bieber Fever. So what does Bieber’s story mean for the next Quentin Tarantino?”

Read the rest of this article from the Huffington Post.

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