Billboard --

Justin Bieber looks poised to make 2012 appear like a walk in the park compared to what he has in store for 2013. The "Boyfriend" singer promises plenty of surprises, but also more time with fans and hopefully a foray onto the big screen.


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"I mean, I think that we're going to do some more touring and hopefully shoot a movie this year," he tells Billboard. "A lot of great plans."

Bieber's massive "Believe" tour will keep him busy through at least mid-August, with a few weeks off in early February and a month-long break in May/June. He has long been linked to a movie project with Mark Wahlberg, but that film isn't expected to start filming until early 2014.

As for specifics on what else is in the pipeline for 2013, Bieber is characteristically vague. "I can't tell you cuz it would just defeat the surprise aspect of a surprise."

He added, "There's some great things that are gonna happen in 2013 that you guys are not even ready for."

Bieber is performing at tonight's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve."

"I don't have any New Year's Eve traditions," he says. "To be with the people that you love and just have a great time and party and celebrate the year that's coming and the year that passed."

ABC's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" kicks off at 8 p.m. ET on Monday (Dec. 31) with a two-hour tribute to the late Dick Clark. At 10, host Ryan Seacrest takes over in Times' Square with performances set from Justin Bieber, OneRepublic, Jason Aldean, The Wanted, Brandy and many others. Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas will host the festivities in Los Angeles.

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