Justin Bieber's New Movie Flops At The Box Office

12/30/2013
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(Radio.com) Perhaps, announcing your alleged retirement the day before releasing a new movie isn't the best idea. Just ask Justin Bieber. It seems his Beliebers might have been too distraught to head to their local theater to see his new documentary, Believe on Christmas day.

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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