Shia LaBeouf’s Movie ‘Man Down’ Sells Just 3 Tickets In UK Release

Posted: Apr 6 2017, 4:30pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 6 2017, 4:37pm CDT, in News | Latest Movie News

 
Shia LaBeouf’s Movie ‘Man Down’ Sells Just 3 Tickets in UK Release
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The movie earned just $26 in its release in UK

Shia LaBeouf’s war thriller “Man Down” opened in UK and it reportedly sold just three tickets since its release.

The film, which also stars Gary Oldman and Kate Mara, sold just one ticket in its opening weekend. The price was equivalent to £7 or about $8.70, which also represents the amount the film has earned at its UK debut. Accoridng to ComScore’s senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian, that “opening could be in the Guinness World Records or something.”

Two additional tickets were sold later, taking the total up to $26. But in fairness, the film was released in just one theatre and tickets were available on demand.

“I think we've sold three tickets in total.” Cinema manager told The Hollywood Reporter.

“Man Down” stars LaBeouf as a U.S. soldier who is searching for his estranged son after returning from Afghanistan. The film did better in United States as it earned $454,490 during its limited theatrical release back in December 2016. It was still considered flop at box office.

However, it was not the first movie to perform that much badly after being released in one theater. Katherine Heigl’s “Zyzzyx Road” earned a mere $20 weekend in 2006 when it released at single theater in Dallas.

Christian Slater's 2012 "Playback" grossed just $264 after running one week in theaters. 1997 “Trojan War” starring Will Friedie and Jennifer Love Hewitt made only $309 in ticket sales because it was released in a single theater and was pulled after only a week.

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