Kevin Spacey's career continues to suffer as his latest film, the crime-drama Billionaire Boys Club, took in a meager $126 after it debuted on Friday - opening in 10 theaters across the country. Netflix and MRC fired him from "House of Cards", while Ridley Scott replaced Spacey in "All the Money in the World".
The magazine stated that it must've had a location average of around $12.60, which isn't even two movie tickets if one considers the average ticket price as $9.27 in America.
Despite its all star cast - including Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton, Emma Roberts, Jeremy Irvine, Cary Elwes, Judd Nelson, and Billie Lourd - it brought in an abysmal $126 in total.
Billionaire Boys Club - the last film the actor made before being accused of sexual assault - was widely panned by critics on release and it seems cinemas goers were left equally unimpressed. Hollywood Reporter state that Billionaire Boys Club the film could struggle to hit $1,000 across the full weekend.
The 59-year-old was accused of numerous cases of sexual assault last year, including by actor Anthony Rapp, spanning back to the 1980s. The shows' final season will focus instead on the character portrayed by Robin Wright and her political career.
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Things are not looking good for Kevin Spacey's new movie Billionaire Boys Club.
Vertical described Spacey's presence in the film as "a small, supporting role".
In a statement released this year the distributors said: "We hope these distressing allegations pertaining to one person's behaviour, that were not publicly known when the film was made nearly two and a half years ago and from someone who has a small, supporting role in Billionaire Boys Club, does not tarnish the release of the film".
Billionaire Boys Club is the lowest box office day intake the actor has ever received. Following the publication of Rapp's story, many other men came forward to make more Sexual misconduct allegations against Spacey.
But Vertical Entertainment, the Billionaire Boys Club distributor, chose to release the film anyway, saying it was "neither an easy nor insensitive decision".