Katy Perry’s Movie Documentary Tanks

Katy Perry’s Movie Documentary Tanks
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The “Wide Awake” singer is used to topping charts when it comes to her musical talent, but unfortunately she did not experience the same success with her new 3D musical documentary, Katy Perry: A Part Me.

The film is only expected to rake in $7.1 million its opening weekend; a measly amount when compared to the $65 million The Amazing Spider Man is expected to make.

While Katy has a large fan base, they must only be gravitated toward her music and not as much her personal life – which was featured heavily in documentary. Specifically, the movie displayed the breakdown of her marriage to comedian Russell Brand.

Better luck next time, Katy. If their is one.

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