She skyrocketed to fame as Hermione in the Harry Potter series, but that doesn’t mean every film Emma Watson stars in is a guaranteed success.
Her latest film Colonia recently opened at the UK box office… and only three people turned up to see it.
That means the film made a measly $81.60 in one weekend. In other words, not a great result.
In the 'based on a true story' film set in Pinochet-era Chile, Watson plays a woman who tries to save her husband from cult-like imprisonment.
However, there are a few reasons why nobody turned out to see the film when it opened: namely, that it was released via a streaming service at the same time.
If you had the option of having to get dressed and leave your house to see a movie, or staying in your pyjamas to 'Netflix and Chill' all day, what would you choose?
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Due to the streaming release the film only opened in three cinemas on its first weekend.
Colonia — also widely known as The Colony — first premiered during the Toronto Film Festival, and the critics weren't kind.
The film was called "very silly stuff" by The Guardian, while Time Out offered that reading a Wikipedia page about the event it was based on would help viewers "learn more". Ouch.
That said, with films like a live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast due for release next year, we're sure Watson will be back on the top of the box office in no time.
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