The film opened in just nine cinemas last weekend, but still only managed to take in £603 – which amounts to approximately £67 at each cinema.
The farce is adapted from Ray Cooney’s 1983 play about a London cabbie who has to juggle the demands of having two wives – here played by Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding and Denise Van Outen.
The film’s leading ladies Sarah Harding and Denise Van Outen at the London premiere on Feb 5 (Getty)
It has not fared too well with the critics who have unanimously mauled it so far.
The Independent asked “Is this movie the biggest turkey ever filmed?”
Total Film said that the film had “performances that’ll make you run for the exit.”
The Guardian’s Peter Bradshaw grumbled that the comedy farce was “stunningly unfunny”.