Thankfully the next film with Amber Heard is called "Aquaman" because the latter is a real disaster at the US box office.
"London Fields" only got $ 160,000 out of the 613 rooms it is on show, the second worst result in theaters for a full-scale debut since 1980, when reliable data on ticket sales began to emerge.
Worst of all was the patriotic "Proud American," which debuted on September 12, 2008.
The American TOP was once again led by "Halloween," which grossed $ 32 million from 3990 rooms on the second weekend display.
Last Thursday, Amber Heard was in the pre-show in Los Angeles, standing out for both his glamor and expression.
"London Fields" adapts a novel by Martin Amis about a psychic who engages with three men knowing that one of them will kill her.
The production went through several complications to 613 theaters: to get an idea, the shooting began in 2013 and beyond Theo James, Billy Bob Thornton and Cara Delevingne, there is also a symbolic participation of Johnny Depp, who was still married with Amber Heard.
In addition, the world premiere scheduled for the Toronto Festival in the fall of 2015 was hastily canceled when news came that director Matthew Cullen was suing the producers for fraud, arguing that they were promoting the film using his name despite presenting a version in which he was not involved.
In turn, these argue that Cullen missed deadlines to submit their version and advanced with a counter-complaint.
The producers then decided to sue Amber Heard herself for $ 10 million for "violating her representation and promotion obligations."
The actress also responded to a lawsuit related to various situations, including non-compliance with nudity clauses.
After an out-of-court settlement, "London Fields" was released in theaters, first in Russia on Sept. 20, and now in the US, with the worst results ever.
The debut for Portugal is not announced.