The Entourage movie may not be coming to a theater near you anytime soon.
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For the second weekend in a row, romantic comedy Think Like a Man nabbed the top spot in the weekend box office. The film, adapted from the non-fiction book by Steve Harvey, pulled in $18 million this weekend — down from last weekend's $33 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
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Think Like a Man grossed $33 million in its opening weekend to take the top spot, according to Box Office Mojo. The romantic comedy, adapted from the non-fiction book by Steve Harvey, features an ensemble cast that includes Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union and Harvey himself.
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[Spoiler alert! The following reveals major plot points from the series finale of Entourage.]
The four boys from Queens left on jet planes as Entourage ended its eight-year run on Sunday. The finale found many of the characters in very different places from where the series started, but we're still not quite sure how everyone got there. Below are some of our biggest burning questions from and criticisms of the last episode:
4. No love for Turtle and Drama? The final episode honored the main guys' family of four — as best depicted in the scene when Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) calls Sloan and Eric's unborn child "our baby" — so it was disappointing that two of the four guys didn't have much to do besides follow Eric and Vince around...