Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Justin Bieber Bombs at the Box Office

Justin Bieber fans stay away from his latest concert doc 'Believe.'
Justin Bieber‘s second concert doc, Believe, chronicles a new era for the pop star, where media criticism threatens to drown out fan support. Unfortunately, Believe‘s first-week box office sales will do little to change that narrative.
Believe earned just $3.1 million in its first three days, or a fraction of what Never Say Never earned in 2011 to become the best-selling concert doc of all time, domestically. (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug will earn up to $32 million this weekend.) Open Road Films, which is releasing the film in North America, cites a few reasons for the slump, including fewer screens (1,037, compared to Never Say Never‘s 3,100) and a smaller marketing budget.
“It’s a new model. we wanted to go straight to Justin’s fans,” said Jason Cassidy, marketing chief. “Financially, we’re going to be fine.” This point is a crucial one, although for reasons that Open Door — and Bieber, for that matter — may not like.
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Anonymous said...

yes Beiber we are really tired of you

Anonymous said...

He needs to follow through with that retirement he's been babbling about. His 15 min is up!

Anonymous said...

But this was why he announced his retirement-it was supposed to make his fans rush the box office. Sorry, Justin, I think One Direction has scooped up your fans.

JJSantoro said...

i'd still fuck him.

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