The movie, which also stars Pacino's fellow Oscar-winner Anthony Hopkins and Josh Duhamel and had a production budget estimated at $11 million (£7.5 million), made only $141 (£97) in U.K. cinemas after its opening last Friday (03Jun16).

Misconduct is a thriller which sees Duhamel play an ambitious lawyer caught between Pacino's character, a partner in his law firm, and Hopkins', a corrupt pharmaceutical company executive.

The movie also stars Watchmen actress Malin Akerman and Star Trek Into Darkness star Alice Eve.

The film only received a limited release in the U.K., after disappointing reviews upon its U.S. opening in February (16), and was only shown in five British cinemas.

However, despite its stellar cast, it failed to fill even those, averaging $28.29 (£19.40) in earnings in each theatre, meaning an average of around three people saw it at each venue.

Film critic Wendy Ide, wrote in Britain's The Observer newspaper, "This baffling legal thriller could be shown in film schools as a textbook example of how not to make a movie."

Despite the dismal U.K. takings according to box office results website the film has performed rather better overseas, making $986,457 (£676,141) in South Korea, where it was released in March (16).

Pacino is not the first Hollywood superstar to experience embarrassment at the U.K. box office this year (16), as Devil's Advocate co-star Keanu Reeves' crime thriller Exposed performed even worse upon its February (16) release, making only $125.50 (£88) during its opening weekend.