Unfinished Business: Vince Vaughn’s Worst Comedy?

The new comedy, “Unfinished Business,” is star Vince Vaughn’s worst opening weekend of his career.

“Unfinished Business,” which was produced for $35 million and financed by New Regency, follows small-business owner Vaughn and his associates (Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco) on a disastrous business trip to Europe.

Fox’s R-rated comedy “Unfinished Business,” which was dismissed by all critics, opened to $1.8 million Friday (behind two other Fox films, including the fourth weekend of “Kingsman: The Secret Service”),  on track for a disappointing $5 million weekend.

Vaughn’s previous career-low came just two years ago with “Delivery Man,” which was aso directed by Ken Scott.  That movie opened to $7 million in the U.S.

Bad Choice of Projects? Bad Luck?

New film follows a slew of other recent consecutive flops, including “The Dilemma” (2011), “The Watch” (2012) and “The Internship” (2013).

However, put in broader perspective, Vaughn had five comedies–“Dodgeball,” “Wedding Crashers,” “The Break-Up,” “Four Christmases” and “Couples Retreat”–cross $100 million between 2004 and 2009.