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FIFA’s PR-Stunt Movie Is Now the Biggest Flop Ever

FIFA’s PR-Stunt Movie Is Now the Biggest Flop Ever

At this point, it really shouldn’t be any surprise that FIFA is not that great at handling money. The international soccer organization—which is facing a major criminal investigation and has had several high-ranking officials arrested for taking bribes—recently made an expensive movie to try to improve its image. United Passions, which features controversial FIFA head Sepp Blatter as one of its heroes, cost almost $30 million to make. After a weeklong theatrical run in the U.S., it made only $918. Sure, it only played in 10 theaters before the distributor yanked it, but there are plenty of smartphone joke videos that make more than $918 on YouTube without ever making it into theaters. In case you were wondering, United Passions is now the lowest-grossing film in American movie history. Want to get a glimpse at the worst flop ever? Here’s the trailer

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