Entourage: Artistic and Commercial Flop

After a five year absence, the stars of the long-running HBO series Entourage reunited for a big screen party.

The thrill appears to be largely gone for the boys and their Hollywood adventures.

“Entourage,” which cost only 30 million to produce, grossed about $17.8 million over its first five days in theaters and $10.4 million for the three day weekend, less than the $20 million that Warner had hoped to make.

The reviews for the comedy were negative and the word-of-mouth just mediocre.

Viewers did not seem to care about Vincent Chase’s career, liver, and sex life.

The opening weekend crowd was 64% male and 90% under the age of 50.