I guess the cool trend now is to call any movie without an entirely female cast “misogynistic” or a “racist” if a character has a last name that you don’t think fits her skin tone, but for some reason we don’t call Thomas Jefferson or George Washington racist because they have black people last names. No, wait. Sorry. That last part is because of slavery. Long story short, a lot of people wanted you to boycott Entourage because it was misogynistic, and the creator of Entourage, Doug Ellin, thought everyone would go see it because he’s pretty sure everyone is a bro, but as it turns out, nobody went to see the Entourage movie because, well, it’s an Entourage movie.
Studio-reported figures are rolling in: 20th Century Fox’s Spy showing $30M at 3,777 theaters, Warner Bros.’ San Andreas at $26.4M (-52%) with a 10-day cume of $99M, Focus Features/Gramercy’s Insidious Chapter 3 at $23M on 3,002 and Entourage at $10.4M in fourth with $17.8M for the five-day.
Realistically, this movie should have been made five years ago, so you could get a discount if you showed up to the theater in a Tap Out shirt or with a recent steroids receipt.