Actor Shia LaBeouf attends the "Man Down" premiere during the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival at Roy Thomson Hall on September 15, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.
The £7 ticket was sold at Reel Cinema in Burnley, located in northwest England.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter LaBeouf described the film as "therapy".
The box office is astonishingly low, even when considering the film only screened in one theater, and could be a result of poor reviews (it now has a 15% score on Rotten Tomatoes), and the subject of the movie being more American-centered - a USA soldier suffering PTSD. According to ComScore, "Man Down" reported to the film team only $ 8.70.
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The reviews for the post-apocalyptic war drama, which also stars Gary Oldman and Kate Mara, would suggest that the crowds might have been right to stay away; 15% on Rotten Tomatoes doesn't exactly scream Oscar victor in-waiting.
And he can also take heart from Emma Watson, who's latest movie - the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast - is breaking box-office records around the world.
Someone sat in the cinema and watched the movie by themselves, taking home the staggering, incredible honour of being the only person to watch the film in a cinema in the entirety of the UK.
The thriller - which received a limited theatrical release and also hit VOD the same day - is directed by Dito Montiel and sees LaBeouf's U.S. Marine searching for his estranged wife and son in post-apocalyptic America. He was arrested several times due to intoxication, and most recently he participated in an an art installation protesting Donald Trump's presidency.
Whatever way you look at it, its certainly not the type of box office record any actor wants to be associated with.