Box Office Mega-Bomb: Amber Heard's London Fields Scores Lowest Opening in a Decade

Scoring the worst domestic box office weekend in over a decade, the Amber Heard movie London Fields was a massive failure this last weekend. The movie was based on a 1989 novel by Martin Amis had seen numerous release delays due to legal struggles and disputes between the production team. The film initially began filming back in 2013 but saw numerous delays along the way as directors were switched and the on set issues continued to stifle the final product. Sadly for everyone involved in the movie, it received an overall 0 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes and only made $160k between 631 screens. 

Initially meant to screen at the Toronto Film Festival in 2015, the movie was marred by the abuse claims by Heard against Johnny Depp and was ultimately pulled from release while legal battles heated up over the project. So, now the movie will go down as the lowest opening box office weekend of the decade.