Justin Bieber's New Movie Flops At The Box Office
According to the Wall Street Journal, the doc, which covers the ins and outs of the 19-year-old's pop star lifestyle, only raked in $1.25 million in its first day of release.
Though that number is nothing to sneeze at, it should be noted that this means that the film, which was released in a thousand theaters across the country, only made $1,200 per theater. It didn't even crack the top ten holiday movies, finishing 14th in total box office sales.
Bieber's last documentary, Never Say Never, made more than $12 million at the box office its opening day back in 2011 and went on to make $73 million. He's not the only pop star with a disappointing reaction to a new documentary.
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