Not $126 thousand. Or $126 million. $126 flat. That's €87 in our money.
Kevin Spacey's latest movie - and, realistically, probably his last - hasn't bombed at the US box office, but rather bored through the earth's crust and reached the spinning metal core of the planet. 'The Billionaire Boys Club', which looks like a 'Wolf Of Wall Street' knock-off, arrived in US cinemas this weekend to withering reviews (it's currently at 13% on Rotten Tomatoes) and absolutely no marketing push of any kind.
Just to make matters even worse, the movie was already released on VOD services which just blew a hole in its potential take and while the movie opened in 10 cinemas across the US, $126 is still a brutal figure for an opening day release. It's not as if the movie doesn't have a cast beyond Kevin Spacey, either.
Ansel Elgort from 'Baby Driver', Taron Egerton from 'Kingsman', Emma Roberts, Judd Nelson, Billie Lourd and many other names star in 'The Billionaire Boys Club', but it all just wasn't enough to get people into a cinema to watch them do their thing.
It might have something to do with the fact that one of its top-billed stars being accused of multiple counts of sexual assault and currently the subject of six separate investigations in England.