Shia LaBeouf's 'Man Down' Only Earns $26 in the UK, Movie to Be Pulled From Theaters

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Shia LaBeouf's newest film really didn't hit in the U.K.
Man Down, which also stars Kate Mara, Gary Oldman and Jai Courtney, sold just three tickets across the pond, bringing in $26, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The box office is astonishingly low, even when considering the film only screened in one theater, and could be a result of poor reviews (it currently has a 15% score on Rotten Tomatoes), and the subject of the movie being more American-centered -- a U.S. soldier suffering PTSD. Though, the film also under-performed stateside, pulling in only $454,490 during its limited December 2016 run.
As for the U.K. theater screening the film, the movie is set to be pulled on Thursday.
Well, money isn't everything!
ET spoke to LaBeouf at the Los Angeles Man Down premiere last November, where he opened up about being actually pepper-sprayed for the intense role.
"I'm scared I'm not good enough," the outspoken 30-year-old star admitted. "The guy who did it to me, this guy named Nick Jones Jr., who is my heart, he is the Marine I went through this whole thing with, he knew how to do it in a safe way, so it just seemed like an easier thing than to have to conjure it."
"We just did it twice real quick. Just really fast," he added. "It wasn't really that crazy… every Marine does it."
Meanwhile, Mia Goth, LaBeouf's (maybe?) wife, recently raved to ET about being really proud of her "brilliant actor" beau.
Watch the video below for what she had to say.