Justin Bieber Posts 'As Long As You Love Me' Music Video Opening Clip

27 July 2012, 18:11 | Updated: 27 July 2012, 18:23

The teen star gets called a "boy" by Reservoir Dogs actor Michael Madsen in the teaser footage.

Justin Bieber has revealed footage from his upcoming new music video to his latest single 'As Long As You Love Me'.

The Canadian star can be seen getting a stern talking to by actor Michael Madsen who threatens the singer to leave as he fears Justin will break his daughter's heart.

"Listen kid, my daughter is everything. She needs me as much as I need her," he says in the teaser. "That means some day I have to let her go and when I do – she needs to be with a man, not a boy – which is what you are."

Several montage clips play showing scenes where the singer is involved in a fight, getting in the car with the female protagonist and making a call from a payphone.

A message on a piece of paper also reads: "Meet me at the train station at 11," during one moment in the video.

You can watch the opening clip of Justin Bieber's music video for new single 'As Long As You Love Me' below:

The footage is taken from the start of the video which Justin has described as a "short film".

The full video will be unveiled next Wednesday (1st August) and follows on from his last release for 'Believe' track 'Boyfriend'.

Meanwhile, Justin has also reportedly written a new song for inclusion on his girlfriend Selena Gomez's new studio album.