Sunday, December 29, 2013
(Undated) -- It looks like Justin Bieber's tweets about retiring didn't do much to help the ticket sales for his new concert movie "Believe." According to Deadline.com, his latest documentary made a disappointing four-point-two million dollars at the box office over the five days since its Christmas Day release. "Believe" failed to make it into the top twelve films for the popular post-holiday weekend. The numbers look even worse in comparison to Justin's 2011 film "Never Say Never." "Never Say Never" broke concert film records by opening to 29-point-five million dollars.
"Billboard" points out that the attendance for "Believe" isn't just low by Justin's own standards. The movie now has the worst debut week among any documentary featuring pop stars, surpassing Katy Perry's "Part Of Me." The concert documentaries of One Direction, the Jonas Brothers, and Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana all saw significantly more lucrative opening weeks.