Justin Bieber Finds A Mentor In Will Smith & Family: They've 'Been Really Amazing'

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Billy Bush and Justin Bieber in "The Billy Bush Show" studio, Burbank, Feb. 8, 2011 -- Access Hollywood

Justin Bieber is releasing his first movie - "Never Say Never" -- this Friday, and now that he's days away from becoming a box office superstar, the teen sensation revealed to "The Billy Bush Show" that he's found a mentor in Will Smith and the big screen star's family.

"The Smith family's been really amazing to me and really supportive in everything I'm doing," Justin told Ac cess Hollywood's Billy Bush in an interview set to air on radio's "The Billy Bush Show" on Wednesday night. "Their family's just really nice and really good people."

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While Willow Smith will shortly go out on tour of Europe with Justin, and Jaden Smith recently was featured last year in the Canadian cutie's single, "Never Say Never," it's papa Smith -- Will -- who is helping the 16-year-old find his footing in the feature film world.

"He's definitely looking at different scripts for me and trying to develop stuff," Justin revealed of the "Men In Black" franchise superstar.

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Despite reports that the Biebs has already signed on to make a project with Will and his company Overbrook, Justin told Billy the two do not yet have an official project together.

"No, not at the moment," he said. "We're just kind of looking at stuff."

But Bieber will do more than look as the days go by.

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The recent two-time "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" guest star said he wants to expand his repertoire to include more acting.

"I would definitely love to get more into acting and explore that area," he said.

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And the teen phenom has no plans on limiting himself either.

"I just want to be an all around entertainer and... be the ultimate entertainer, whether that's singing, acting, dancing or performing," he said.

While he is focused on his career, Justin is also making time for himself.

To find out what Justin revealed about his personal life - including which woman makes him melt with her spaghetti bolognese and whether he is in a relationship - tune into Westwood One's "The Billy Bush Show" on Wednesday night.

The movie, "Never Say Never," opens February 11.

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