Michael Jackson may have dubbed himself the great King of Pop music, but the late icon didn't hold the box-office crown for long. Less than a year after the posthumous michael jackson documentary "This Is It" became the most most successful concert themed film in U.S.A history, Justin Bieber is poised to snatch the mantle,
According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never movie  has earned $72.2 million in domestic box office so far, justin bieber movie never say never broke michael Jackson record $72.1 million haul. And while justin Bieber has racked up those impressive numbers in just six weeks, he's got a long and long way to go before he laps the global receipts for the michael jackson doc.
It" has grossed $189.1 million overseas for a global total of $261.2 million dollars. Music films don't typically play well overseas, and   that "Never Say Never" has grossed a more modest $10.8 million overseas so far, with Paramount executives predicting that it could top out around $20 million internationally.
The impressive U.S.A numbers were likely goosed by the re-release of the film recently with 40 additional minutes of bonus footage from director Jon M. Chu. justin Bieber still has a little way to go to climb the list of the top-grossing documentaries of all time. "Never Say Never" movie is currently stalled out at the number three ( 3 ) position, around $5 million behinds "March of the Penguins," according to Box Office Mojo, and well short of the all-time record held by Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11," which has taken in $119.1 million to date.
justin Bieber set off a classic MJ-style fan frenzy a few weeks ago when he visited Liverpool, England, for his world tour. And just a week later, he possed with his new wax figure at London's Madame Tussauds, checking off another item on the list of milestones to an michael jackson-like career.

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