Struggling over-stretched mom Uma Thurman managed to pull in a respectable income of $60,000 when her opus Motherhood was released in the United States last year. U.K. audiences weren't nearly as sympathetic to the demands of trying to parent two children in New York City when Motherhood was released there this weekend prior: the movie only made $132. In fact, according to The Guardian, only a single person bought a ticket to the film on Sunday. Despite the low turnout no screening of Motherhood went unattended yesterday, as lazy theater employees didn't realize the customer had committed suicide until after closing.
(Thank, Sarah et al.)
The Uma Thurman film so bad it made £88 on opening weekend [The Guardian]