The Entourage movie has the same celebrity worshipping narcissism and sexual objectification that made the TV series a hit for HBO.Julian Roman
After a brief retirement in Italy, Jeremy Piven's Ari Gold returns in a new short film featuring the Cadillac Ciel from Entourage.
Adrian Grenier returns as Vincent Chase in the full-length trailer for Entourage, in theaters this summer.B. Alan Orange
Vinnie Chase and his crew are living the Hollywood dream in a new poster for director Doug Ellin's highly-anticipated Entourage movie.
Rex Lee, Constance Zimmer and Nora Dunn reprise their roles from the HBO series in director Doug Ellin's upcoming comedy.
Plus, Warner Bros. has handed out release dates for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice and Nancy Myers' The Intern.
The actor and hip-hop artist is playing Ari Gold's new assistant in Warner Bros.' adaptation of the hit HBO TV series.
The film reunites series stars Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven, under the direction of series creator Doug Ellin.B. Alan Orange
Perrey Reeves and Rhys Coiro are also returning for Warner Bros.' adaptation of the hit HBO series, currently in production.
The Sixth Sense star joins new cast members Ronda Rousey and Billy Bob Thornton in this adaptation of the hit HBO TV series.
The UFC fighter will begin shooting on the Entourage movie in mid-March, following her next title fight on February 22nd.
The actor will play a billionaire mogul who finances Vincent Chase's Dracula movie in Doug Ellin's big-screen drama.
Scott Caan and Debi Mazar are pictured along with the series regulars. Shooting is scheduled to begin on January 16 in Los Angeles.
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An offer has not been made to the model/actress, although she is the top contender. If a deal is finalized, she will play the female lead.
Deals for all of the primary cast members have been finalized. Production is scheduled to begin in Los Angeles.
The executive producer says the movie is being held up because of money. The actor reveals he just wants all cast members paid equally.
Production was supposed to begin this summer, but series stars Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara are still holding out for more money.
HBO's comedy starred Adrian Grenier as Vincent Chase, who was a film star that navigated Los Angeles with his friends and agent.