Uma Thurman’s Motherhood Opens to $131 in the UK


Motherhood, the 2009 film written by Katherine Dieckmann and starring Uma Thurman, recently opened in the U.K. in one theater. Theoretically, the exclusivity was supposed to drive buzz for the film, which has Thurman playing a harried New Yorker juggling the CRAZY responsibilities of motherhood, marriage, and work during the course of one day. Unfortunately, the plan backfired in the most horrible way imaginable: the movie only took in £88 pounds during its opening weekend, which is roughly $131. On its debut Sunday, it made £9, meaning only one person bought a ticket.
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