Director Jon M Chu, who’s set to tackle the sequel to G.I. Joe next – because working with Bieber is a natural lead-in to a big action tentpole film, right? – has created an extended version of the film that includes 34 minutes of footage that didn’t make it into the theatrical cut. According to Paramount Home Entertainment, the special 2-disc DVD’s bonus features include “more of Justin’s friends and hometown life, new songs, more performances of ‘Baby’ and fan reactions from the initial theatrical showings.”
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never was released in theaters on February 11, 2011 and made $29.5 million in the US over its opening weekend. It went on to bring in $97 million worldwide before exiting theaters.