Justin Bieber is keeping himself busy after he announced his indefinite hiatus from the music scene a couple of months ago. It can be recalled that the pop artist has canceled the remainder of his "Purpose" world tour to focus on his faith and mental health.

He even explained the need for him to take some time off to make himself a sustainable person and artist in the future. Since he stepped out from the limelight, the "Love Yourself" crooner has been actively participating in a church as part of his effort in protecting his calling. This was confirmed by Us Magazine.

Bieber goes on hiatus after tour cancellation

He has also released a new song, titled "Friends," following his decision to take a breather from touring and performing.

Although his last-minute decision to cancel his concert tour earned a mixed response from his supporters, Justin Bieber still thanked them for their constant support and for making the world tour a success.

The 23-year-old artist also apologized for letting his fans down when he decided to take a rest from his hectic schedule. But despite the backlash, the "Cold Water" singer has been enjoying his break by hitting the golf course, spending time with his colleagues, attending church services, and going on dates with his rumored girlfriend, Paola Paulin.

Rumor has it that Justin Bieber dined with Adam Sandler and David Spade to ask about the film industry. A source told US Weekly that the meeting took place after the "Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief" telethon in September.

Inside Bieber's dinner meeting with actors Sandler, Spade

"Justin Bieber asked Adam Sandler and David Spade out to dinner to pick their brains about breaking into the film industry,” an insider said. “They had a great time! Justin had a lot of questions for them about the movie world.”

Adam Sandler is known for his award-winning acting in "Punch-Drunk Love," "Bedtime Stories," "50 First Dates," "Just Go with It" and more. David Spade, on the other hand, is renowned for his role in "Just Shoot Me," "Lost & Found," and "Grandma's Boy."

The two artists have co-starred in several movies, including "Jack and Jill," "Grown Ups," "I Am Chris Farley," and "The Do-Over."

The source added that Justin Bieber was trying to learn more about the film industry, hence, he asked to meet Adam Sandler and David Spade to ask for their advice regarding his plan to transition into acting and directing/producing.

The "Despacito" singer made his big screen debut with "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" in 2011. It was followed by another documentary, "Justin Bieber's Believe," in 2013. The artist also made a cameo appearance in "Zoolander 2" in 2016.