Uma Thurman's 'Motherhood' Movie Saved By DVD

April 1st, 2010 7:57pm EDT

Uma Thurman-JTM-047151.jpg Uma Thurman's flop film "Motherhood" is proving to be a hit on DVD less than a week after only 12 people went to see the movie during its opening weekend in Britain.

The film's failure at the U.K. box office hit the headlines after making a meagre $132 last weekend, and it seems that Brits now want to see the flop.

According to Entertainment Weekly, 6,000 copies of the DVD, which was rush released at the beginning of the week, have sold in the U.K.

The $5 million movie made just $93,000 at the American box office when it was released in October.

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