The Christmas musical is winding down its theatrical run after four weeks in release.
Journey to Bethlehem earned just under $150,000 in ticket revenue from Friday through Sunday, according to The Numbers website, putting it in 24th place at the box office, down two spots from a week ago. That brings the film's total haul to $6.4 million, which is a figure that likely will not go much higher since viewers can now rent or purchase the movie via home entertainment.
A musical presentation of the Nativity Story, Journey to Bethlehem stars Fiona Palomo and Milo Manheim, as Mary and Joseph, and Hollywood veteran Antonio Banderous as the evil King Herod. The film also draws from the world of Christian music, with performers Joel Smallbone and Lecrae rounding out the principal cast in the parts of Herod's son Antipater and the angel Gabriel, respectively.
It is unclear when the production will wrap its theatrical run, but it is currently playing in fewer than 500 venues, so that will likely be relatively soon. If you are interested in renting or purchasing it, you can do so via this link to the website of Affirm Films, the studio that made the movie.