It was first shown during the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival in 2015.
The film opened at the Reel Cinema in Burnley and is believed to have sold a single student ticket, which are priced at £6.90 (comScore rounds its data up to the nearest pound).
Shia LaBeouf's new film is a certified flop.
The movie's shithouse box office run has no doubt been affected by equally shithouse reviews - it's sitting on a tidy 15% on Rotten Tomatoes right now. Directed by Dito Montiel, who helmed The Son Of No One's, the film also stars Jai Courtney and Gary Oldman.
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Which leads us to wonder: Who are you, lone British Shia LaBeouf fan? The film also reportedly made some $454,000 in the USA, but you wouldn't know that from its sorry Wiki page Tuesday. That's because only one person actually attended a screening of the film following its big-screen release last Friday, leading to box office receipts of precisely £7.
The film - starring Shia LaBeouf as a PTSD suffering USA soldier returning home from Afghanistan - made headlines Tuesday after it was found have opened in the United Kingdom with just one solitary person buying a cinema ticket.
LaBeouf has set out on a series of live art performances over the past couple of years, with his latest project causing some controversy.
Presumably the media attention around the awful box office return may stir some people into going to see it.