FIFA film makes £400 in opening weekend: Here's what that could buy you
We're no experts on film financing, but less than £400 on an opening weekend seems low.
That's the total which United Passions, the movie about (and heavily financed by) FIFA made in its opening weekend in American cinemas.
Not £400m. Not £400,000. Four hundred pounds (or £395.98 if we're being precise).
And that was despite Tim Roth playing the part of Sepp Blatter. What? Why are you laughing?
We wouldn't recommend football's governing body spend it all at once. However if they were to do so, here are a few things they would be able to buy...
49 Adidas Brazuca footballs
474 bottles of Budweiser
92 medium Big Mac meals, or 84 large meals
1,338 cans of Coca-Cola
Maybe they should wait to see if things improve in week two...