The clip features Kill Bill star Michael Madsen, who played Bill's degenerate, alcoholic younger brother in the films.
In 'As Long As You Love Me' he plays the father of Biebs' love interest, who bans the teen from having contact with his younger daughter.
It all looks very dramatic, particularly seeing as the other hint we've got is a still shot of Biebs looking as though he's been punched in the face (see below).
Two weeks ago the popstar's videographer friend Alfredo Flores had fans aflutter over the upcoming release, tweeting, "As Long As You Love Me video is epic! @justinbieber is destroying this dance. @BigSean is killing his verse #GETREADY."
Biebs' manager Scott Braun added: "I promise on everything that every guy on the planet wishes they were Justin Bieber in this music video right now."
Geez, they build it up, don't they!
Putting two and two together, we reckon Biebs' character in the clip chooses to ignore Michael Madsen's warning about his daughter and the two end up punching on.
What do you think? Check out the clip above.
'As Long As You Love Me' is the second single from Bieber's Believe album and although Madsen's never worked with the 18-year-old before, he's no stranger to music videos. The actor has previously appeared in clips with Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Usher and Jay-Z.