In the opening weekend for Spacey's new flick Billionaire Boys Club, only US$126 was brought in by the production in it's limited release at the United States box office.
Only ten screens across the country were screening it, and it made a minuscule $126 on its opening day.
Multiple sexual assault allegations were made against Spacey at the end of 2017, most notably by actor Anthony Rapp, who said that Spacey cornered him for sex at a party when Rapp was 14. Ridley Scott also reshot scenes for his period crime thriller All The Money In The World, replacing Spacey with Christopher Plumber.
On Friday, it took in $125, another $162 on Saturday. If THR's predictions are correct, the film will have had a problem breaking $425 for the whole opening weekend.
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However, the film grossed almost $1.5 million in foreign box office receipts. In fact, The Hollywood Reporter did the math and calculated that this means only six people were in the audience for each showing.
The actor was booted from the Netflix political drama "House of Cards" previous year after he was accused of sexual assault and harassment.
Spacey was accused of sexual assault by many men over the past year, but distributor Vertical Entertainment chose to release the movie anyways as it was produced years before the allegations were publicly known.
Billionaire Boys Club is based on the true story of a group of rich young men in Los Angeles in the early 1980s who started a club of the film's name to run a Ponzi scheme.
"Billionaire Boys Club" is the actor's first movie appearance since the accusations broke. Following the allegations, Netflix removed Kevin from their political TV show House of Cards.
With Billionaire Boys Club released, it marks the last of Spacey's movies planned for release following the sexual misconduct allegations.
But Vertical Entertainment, the Billionaire Boys Club distributor, chose to release the film anyway, saying it was "neither an easy nor insensitive decision". Ansel Elgort and Taron Egerton share top billing in "Billionaire Boys Club", followed by Spacey.