Last Year's Lowest-Grossing Movie For all the attention paid to Hollywood's big money-making movies, several other films languish, unnoticed, at the bottom of the box office list. Zyzzyx Road is one of those: it set a record in 2006 as the lowest grossing domestic movie, with just $30 in tickets.
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Last Year's Lowest-Grossing Movie

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Last Year's Lowest-Grossing Movie

Last Year's Lowest-Grossing Movie

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For all the attention paid to Hollywood's big money-making movies, several other films languish, unnoticed, at the bottom of the box office list. Zyzzyx Road is one of those: it set a record in 2006 as the lowest grossing domestic movie, with just $30 in tickets. Executive producer and star Leo Grillo talks with Luke Burbank.