That’s a long way from a billion.
Kevin Spacey’s latest flick, “Billionaire Boys Club,” made a measly $126 on its opening day.
The crime-drama opened Friday in 10 selected theaters across the country — and made an average of $12.60 at each location, people with access to theater grosses told the Hollywood Reporter.
That’s not even two tickets at each location if going by the average stub price of $9.27.
For the whole weekend, the indie film could have trouble hitting $1,000 — by far the worst showing for a movie with Spacey, 59. In comparison, his 2017 movie “Baby Driver” raked in $20 million on its opening weekend.
The actor was booted from the Netflix political drama “House of Cards” last year after he was accused of sexual assault and harassment. He was also plucked from the film “All the Money in the World,” with his role recast and reshot with Christopher Plummer.