Shia LaBeouf’s latest movie “Man Down” did not get the kind of reception it was hoping for in the UK over the weekend.
The thriller about a veteran (LaBeouf) dealing with PTSD only earned £7 ($US8.70 in US dollars) over the weekend, according to ComScore (reported by Variety). That is the equivalent of a single movie ticket, as the UK Cinema Association puts the average movie cost in the country at £7.21.
The only location the film played at was the Reel Cinema in Burnley. It also was simultaneously released On Demand.
The movie, directed by Dito Montiel, had a similar release in the US late last year. Distributed through Lionsgate Premiere, it played in select theatres while also available On Demand and streaming at the same time.
“Man Down” grossed $US454,490 in the US, according to Variety. Box-office numbers for the movie are not listed on BoxOfficeMojo.
The movie has a 15% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It also stars Gary Oldman, Kate Mara, and Jai Courtney.
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