When Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters next year, it will reportedly introduce all of the Justice League members as well, including Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher). Each of these characters will have their own stand alone movie over the next few years, but fans of HBO's Entourage will recall that Adrian Grenier's Vincent Chase played Aquaman on the hit series. While promoting the new Entourage movie, currently playing in theaters, Adrian Grenier was asked if he would be interested in a cameo role in the upcoming Aquaman movie, slated for release in July 2018. The actor has one condition. He says only if his co-star Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) can come along as well. Here's what he had to say below.

"I would do it if Johnny Drama can have a part as well."
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Adrian Grenier also offered his thoughts about the massive Jason Momoa playing Aquaman.

"I always imagined Aquaman to be a little more fluid, more like a dolphin, and less of a whale, but this is how it works."

In the Entourage TV series, the fake Aquaman movie starring Vincent Chase and directed by James Cameron set an opening weekend record of $116.8 million in 2006, which is a far cry from the current box office record holder, Jurassic World's $208.4 million. Despite the in-series movie being a huge hit, Chase got out of his contract for the sequels, being replaced by Jake Gyllenhaal. It's worth noting that Warner Bros., which is making the Aquaman movie, also made the Entourage movie, so it may be possible that Adrian Grenier could actually have a cameo in Aquaman. Take a look at the actor's video interview, along with a clip from the Entourage version of Aquaman.