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18Nov
2011
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Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith Cover Frank Ocean’s “Thinking Bout U”

Justin Bieber and Jaden Smith have just released a version of "Thinking Bout U" by Frank Ocean.

Frank was just in L.A. giving a performance that was making the ladies rather hot.

We are not sure Justin and Jaden's version packs the same bunch, but it is filling up our timeline's like crazy so we felt the need to share. Check it out above.-DocFB

Diagnosis:  Wonder if they will cover LMFAO's "Sexy & I Know It" next....

27Oct
2010
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Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith Take In The Lakers Win

Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith. Photo: SplashNewsOnline.com
Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith. Photo: SplashNewsOnline.com

Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith. Photo: SplashNewsOnline.com

Justin Bieber & Jaden Smith were on hand along with Jack Nicholson and Denzel Washington to watch the Los Angeles Lakers win their season opener against the Houston Rockets.

The Lakers also recieved their championship rings before tip-off. 

Jaden and Justin?  Is this new Hollywood or what?-Dr.FB

Justin Bieber. Photo: SplashNewsOnline.com

Justin Bieber. Photo: SplashNewsOnline.com

1Jun
2010
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Video Premiere: Justin Bieber Feat. Jaden Smith “Never Say Never”

Here is the new video from Justin Bieber featuring Jaden Smith, Will Smith's son, the star of the upcoming "The Karate Kid" remake.

Is Bieber fever over or still going strong?-Dr.FB

25Feb
2010
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Trailer For Karate Kid Remake


Mr. Miyagi and Daniel don't appear in this updated version of the 80s classic, but there's plenty of bullies, kung-fu and life lessons. The film stars Jaden Smith, son of Will and Jada Smith, and Jackie Chan.

In this version, "Dre" has to adjust after moving from the US to Beijing where he meets Mr. Han, who steps up to protect little Dre from school bullies. From there, Dre learns the ways of kung-fu from the master.

The infamous "wax on, wax off" mantra from the original has been replaced with "jacket on, jacket off" (not sure I get that one), and Mr. Miyagi's memorable "catch fly with chopsticks" scene has been revised to add a bit of the humor that Jackie Chan is known for (be sure to watch until the end of the trailer).

And wow, how young and small is Jaden Smith? I know it's Hollywood, but he looks way too tiny to be kicking ass.

What do you guys think? Does it look promising or should Hollywood leave the classics alone? -Dr.FB