Justin Bieber may wish to put his musical retirement on hold.
The opening day numbers for the singer's new film, "Believe," are in... and they're rougher than guests look the morning after an all-night rager at Bieber's mansion.
The documentary played at approximately 1,000 locations on Wednesday and brought in only $1.25 million at the box office.
It finished behind such films as The Wolf of Wall Street, Saving Mr. Banks and American Hustle, coming in at #14 overall. OUCH!
Compare these figures with those of "Never Say Never" in February 2011:
It opened in three times as many theaters and garnered $12.4 million in jus 24 hours. It went on to gross $29.5 million for its first weekend of release.
Did fans simply feel as though they saw it all two years ago? Was the competition stiffer this time around? Or might they be sick of Justin's antics?
Why do you think Bieber's movie bombed? And do you think the artist can turn things around in 2014?