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Justin Bieber film makes £205k at UK box office

Justin Bieber's new film has suffered disappointing box office results in the UK.

The Canadian released Believe on Boxing Day (December 26) exclusively in Vue cinemas and as a result, its takings have been poor.

It pocketed £205,242 in its first four days, meaning that it was the UK's 14th most popular film at the time.

It is hugely disappointing in comparison to his 2011 flick Never Say Never, which made £800,000.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug was the most popular movie in the UK over the last weekend of 2013.

Bieber's latest studio effort 'Journals' meanwhile - a collection of his recent Music Mondays songs - reached No.46 in the UK albums chart at the end of December.






Watch a trailer for Believe below: