10 Things We Learned From the ‘Entourage’ Movie
The boys are back. The wait is over as HBO's television show Entourage hits the big screen this summer. It's been four years since we've seen the old crew -- Vincent "Vince" Chase (Adrian Grenier), Johnny "Drama" Chase (Kevin Dillon), Eric "E" Murphy (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and of course, hot head agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) -- reunited.
The hit show chronicled the lives of Vince and his friends after leaving Queens, N.Y. to chase fame and fortune in Hollywood. The show was loosely based on real-life actor Mark Wahlberg's rise to the top. From making the blockbuster Aquaman to being on the D-list, Entourage was an epic show about reaching your dreams with your best friends in tow. In between living large, being yelled at by Ari, running into real-life celebrities (the show was full of cameos from Kanye West to LeBron James) and Tinseltown hijinks, the boys found time for girls, girls and more girls. Throughout eight seasons, Vince dated everyone from singer Mandy Moore to porn star Sasha Grey, while Eric found true love with Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui).
When we last left the Entourage crew, Vince was on his way to Paris, France to marry journalist Sophia. E and Sloan reconciled after years of ups and down, Turtle slimmed down and made a killing investing in Tequila Avión and Drama sort of became famous for his animated show Johnny's Bananas. As for Ari? The hot shot agent decided to give up Hollywood in favor of his marriage. He leaves the game for a quiet life in Italy.
So what happens in the movie? Well, for one thing, the hip-hop theme is still going strong. Some of your favorite rappers take part in what is sure to be a box office smash. Before you hit theaters on June 3 and hug it out with the bros, here are 10 Things We Learned From the Entourage Movie. Warning: spoiler alert, so think twice before checking out the gallery above if you haven't seen the film.