Kevin Spacey's new movie only makes $126 on opening day

"Billionaire Boys Club" is Kevin Spacey's first movie following allegations of sexual misconduct.


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USA — Kevin Spacey's new film, "Billionaire Boys Club" has opened to a record low of $126, reports Fox News.

The Hollywood Reporter is describing the film debut as "a career low at the box office," for Kevin Spacey.

The movie is Spacey's comeback of sorts since he was accused of sexual misconduct in the wake of the MeToo movement.

"Billionaire Boys Club" only opened in 10 select theaters across the country on Friday.

And this is after the movie was first released on video about a month ago.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, if movie tickets cost around $9.27, it means fewer than six people showed up in each cinema.

Spacey, who has won two oscars in the past, probably never expected his career to take such a drastic turn.
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