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Matthew McConaughey's 'The Beach Bum' Is The Biggest Box-Office Flop Of His Career

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Matthew McConaughey's 2019 is not off to a great start at the box office. The actor's new movie, "The Beach Bum," opened over the weekend with only $1.8 million, the worst wide-release debut of McConaughey's career. "The Beach Bum" also had the worst wide-release opening weekend of 2019, so far, for a movie opening in more than 1,000 theaters. "The Beach Bum," which opened in 1,100 theaters, also had the worst wide-release opening weekend of 2019, so far, for a movie opening in more than 1,000 theaters. For comparison, the anti-abortion movie "Unplanned" opened over the weekend in fifth place with $6 million from 1,059 theaters. "The Beach Bum" stars McConaughey, Snoop Dogg, Isla Fisher, Martin Lawrence, and Zac Efron. The film follows McConaughey's poet stoner character, Moondog, "a rebellious rogue who always lives life by his own rules".

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