Disgraced actor Kevin Spacey's latest film has delivered just US$126 (NZ$190) in earnings on its opening day.
Billionaire Boys Club is the last movie Spacey filmed before sexual assault allegations dating back more than 30 years surfaced against him.
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The Hollywood Reporter estimated the movie's earnings on opening day averaged out to fewer than two people showing up to each cinema it was shown.
The film has not been released in major US markets Los Angeles and New York.
As a comparison, Spacey's 2017 film Baby Driver raked in more than NZ$30m on its opening weekend.
Spacey was fired from Netflix's series House of Cards last year when allegations were revealed against him.
Billionaire Boys Club followed up the disappointing opening-day effort by improving to a US$162 (NZ$244) income on the second day of showing.