Justin Bieber will be going up against Michael Madsen in his latest video "As Long As You Love Me."
The 18-year-old singer released a preview of the video, which he calls a music short film, where Madsen stars as an overbearing dad who bans Bieber from seeing his daughter. The preview clip can be seen below.
"Listen kid, my daughter is everything," Madsen tells Bieber. "She needs me as much as I need her. That means someday I have to let her go. When I do, she needs to be with a man, not a boy, which is what you are."
He later tells Bieber he should probably "hit the road."
The song is the second single from Bieber's "Believe" album, his third studio release. The music video is set to be released on Wednesday, August 1.
Madsen is best known for his roles in Quentin Tarantino movies like "Reservoir Dogs" and "Kill Bill." He also appeared in "Donnie Brasco" and "Free Willy."
Earlier this month Bieber appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone and was dubbed "hot, ready and legal." The singer got in to trouble with authorities when he was pulled over in his luxury hybrid sports car Los Angeles while being chased by paparazzi.
Check out the preview for "As Long As You Love Me" below.