Shia LaBeouf’s Man Down Sells the Equivalent of Just One Ticket in the U.K.

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What a Man Downer. Photo: Cook Allender/Mpower Pictures

Only one person in the U.K. seemed to have had any interest in checking out Shia LaBeouf’s new movie this weekend. According to ComScore, per Variety, the Shia LaBeouf war drama Man Down made only £7 in the U.K. over the weekend, which is roughly equivalent to the average ticket price in the country. Man Down played in only one theater, the Reel Cinema in Burnley, though it was simultaneously released on demand, which means more people may have been enjoying LaBeouf’s acting in the comfort of their own home. Man Down opened in the U.S. last December to widely negative reviews, but still managed to gross $454,490, which, basic math tells us, is more than 7 pounds. Man Down is still screening in Burnley, if anyone in the U.K. would like to help raise its total gross there.

Shia LaBeouf’s Man Down Sells One Ticket in U.K. Release