Justin Bieber Tears Up, Talks About Becoming a Possible Train Wreck in Believe Trailer—Watch Now!

"I really wanted to him," the singer said about his paparazzi scuffle in London. "That's what they wanted. I learned from that."

By Bruna Nessif Nov 15, 2013 11:41 PMTags

Justin Bieber's big screen debut in Never Say Never shared the story of how he became the pop sensation that he is today, but his upcoming film Believe touches on the dark side of fame.

"When you've reached a certain point in your life, there are people out there waiting to see you fall," Bieber says in the opening of the movie's trailer. "Rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands and fly."

Along with reminding fans of the very young Biebs that first became known to the world through YouTube, viewers will also get a deeper look at the controversial moments the 19-year-old has faced in recent years.

"You can't have a normal life if you're a super star," his mentor Usher said. "He's forced to grow up in front of the world."

With the fame comes swarming fans, radio interviews, going on tour, working in the studio—and drama. "You know we've seen it time and time again, a young pop star makes it to the top only to crash," his manager Scooter Braun says.

While sitting down with the Biebs for a portion of the film, someone from his camp tells the singer, "Are you aware that you could be the next train wreck?"

Justin even talks about a specific paparazzi scuffle that happened while in London, when a shutterbug yelled that he should go back to America (with some added F-bombs) which got the celeb's blood boiling and triggered a reaction.

"I really wanted to him," Bieber said, "That's what they wanted. I learned from that."

Watch the clip above to see more from Believe, which hits theaters Christmas Day.

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