Famous Interactive Helps Rabid Fans Watch Two Decades Of Justin Bieber In Less Than 72 Hours by Dan Bialek
Justin Bieber’s 3-D biopic and musical extravaganza “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” arrives in theaters across America today. But fans have already feasted their eyes on more video content than you can shake a Bieber-sized stick at online.
Tuesday’s nights “purple carpet” premiere in Los Angeles was streamed via Livestream onto the promotional website for the film: http://justinbieberneversaynever.com.
In just three days since the premiere, fans have watched over 11,360,000 minutes of footage from the event. Or, the equivalent of 21.6 years of Bieber-related video content. That’s a lot of Bieber.
Famous Interactive is proud to have worked with such a talented and popular star to design and deliver the website for this film.
The site carries the messaging of the film “His Story Is Yours” one step further by allowing to fans create multimedia content starring themselves on the site.
On the site, fans upload their photo and have it added to a mosaic of fan images that animate to recreate the poster for the movie. Fans can also upload photos of themselves to an app that makes them the star of a animated slideshow set to the Bieber hit “U Smile.”
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, fans can also send each other personalized JB-themed eCards inviting friends and loved ones to make a date with them to see the movie.
If you haven’t already, head over to the site and get yourself into a poster or slide show. Twenty years of fan viewership in just three days can’t be wrong.