This past few weeks things have been all over the place for Justin Bieber, one minute he’s retiring, next minute he’s not. Then on Christmas Day he says he’s retiring, then he’s not. We can’t keep up.
His new movie however which has been called ‘Believe’ was released on Boxing Day (26th December) exclusively to Vue cinemas but the movie hasn’t done well in the slightest.
Takings for Justin Bieber’s new movie ‘Believe’ in the UK box office have been no where near as much as his first movie ‘Never Say Never’.
In its first four days ‘Believe’ made £205,242 which in the UK made it the 14th most popular movie at the time.
Comparing that with his 2011 release ‘Never Say Never’ which made £800,000 something is definitely going wrong somewhere.
Over the last weekend of 2013 ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug’ was the most popular movie in the UK.
As we said in the beginning Justin Bieber recently tweeted a series of tweets on Christmas Day regarding his retirement and while many picked up on his sarcasm, many didn’t.
Bring in, his management team who released a statement saying that Justin Bieber was definitely not retiring anytime soon.
Speaking with The Wall Street Journal Allison Kaye (GM) said: “Regarding his recent tweeting about his ‘retirement’ Justin felt that this was the best way to respond to the latest in a long line of inaccurate or wildly exaggerated media reports about him.”
“He chose to channel his frustration into playing along with this baseless rumor and even used ‘beloved’ to tip off his core fans that it wasn’t real.”
She continued: “But within 20 minutes, Justin realized that fans were confused by the media reports and clarified that he was kidding. This wasn’t a planned stunt, it was just another day in the life of living under the microscope.”
Watch an official trailer for ‘Believe’ below. Let us know in the comments below if you’ve been to see it and what you thought.