Pop culture’s cruel wheel of fortune will roll over the world to bring us an Entourage film in the next few days, but before that bitter end, the folks at ScreenJunkies have again plumbed the depths of TV for their latest Honest Trailer. Somehow, we imagine HBO will want to keep this one from Peter Dinklage.
That’s Entourage in a nutshell. Whenever things threaten to get too serious, the show (and now the film) would just trot out a celebrity cameo or two, distract the audience for a couple minutes, and then carry on as if nothing ever happened. For better or worse, the Entourage movie is an extremely faithful adaptation of the Entourage television show. All the main characters and most of the key supporting players from the show’s eight seasons are back, along with series creator Doug Ellin (who co-wrote and directed the movie). Even though the TV show ended with its lovable bad boys making their first tentative steps toward maturity and monogamy — Vince gets engaged, his manager Eric (Kevin Connolly) finally settles down with his pregnant ex-girlfriend Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), and Ari decides to retire to spend more time from his family — all of that gets instantly erased before the movie’s opening credits roll. Status quo restored, Vince, Eric, Ari, Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), and Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) return to their luxurious, lascivious ways with R-rated abandon. Shouldn’t these characters have grown up by now?
“We need more money!” says Eric “E” Murphy (Kevin Connolly) in the new trailer for Entourage. At least they’re being upfront about it.
If you were beginning to feel as if the 'Entourage' movie would never happen, here's some uplifting news. After what seemed like an eternity of alleged money disputes amongst the cast, the film version is now officially good to go through Warner Bros. and HBO, as announced by the cast and crew.
An 'Entourage' movie was announced back in January, which would reunite the stars of the hit HBO series on the big screen, but has not since shown much development. Now the film is delayed due to some monetary disagreements between the cast and the producers.
It's been more than 10 years since 'Old School' hit theaters, so we thought it would be a good time to take a look back at this classic comedy. 'Old School,' about a group of older guys who start a fraternity with outcasts from a local college, is a comedy classic that still holds up today. Let's take a peek at what Vaughn and the rest of the cast looked like back then, and see where they are now.
Is Robert Rodriguez's 'Sin City 2' green screen big enough for all this talent? The director has added stars Ray Liotta, Juno Temple, and Jeremy Piven to the (seemingly) infinitely-growing cast.
Months ago we were intrigued to learn that ITV was to develop another period piece in the vein of 'Downton Abbey,' though this time with the American twist of adding former 'Entourage' star Jeremy Piven as "Mr. Selfridge.' The fruit of those labors has finally arrived, so are you ready to see Jeremy Piven's big return to TV? See how Ari Gold would've fared in the early 20th century with the trailer for 'Mr. Selfridge!'
Whether or not you're familiar with either 'Entourage' or 'Downton Abbey,' it's safe to assume that one doesn't picture upper-class period drama with Jeremy Piven in the starring role. If Ari Gold taught us anything, Piven's strength lies somewhat in the opposite direction.