"Sadly, all good parties must come to an end." This is the phrase that sets the tone for our first look at Entourage, the 2015 feature-length film based on the popular (but now defunct) HBO series. Check the trailer out below!
It’s a meta start for the trailer, essentially starting with a trailer for a separate, fictional film starring Adrian Grenier’s Vincent Chase. And it looks like it’s going to be some type of sci-fi/superhero/action/kung-fu hybrid before the "trailer" is paused and we can get to the meat of the tease for this movie… namely, Jeremy Piven’s award-winning portrayal of frustrated super-agent Ari Gold yelling at Chase and his crew for screwing up. Again.
The first trailer for the Entourage film boasts all of the things that fans loved about the old television show. It offers an unprecedented look behind the scenes of modern Hollywood, dabbling in disputes waged between talent, and the power-brokers who let actors and directors live the lifestyles of the rich and famous. At the same time, it swims in all of the perks that come with Chase’s success – hence, him needing an entourage in the first place. We get plenty of shots of Vince, E (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Drama (Kevin Dillon) playing in fancy cars and on expensive boats with girls like this:
But it also gets around to a string of celebrity cameos. Some are strange, like Billy Bob Thornton and Haley Joel Osment:
Others make far more sense. MMA fighter Ronda Rousey pops by to beat the shit out of Turtle.
And executive producer Mark Wahlberg returns, probably because he likely played a significant role in finally getting Entourage on the big screen.
We went through a phase where top TV shows were all angling to score their own movie. Lost wanted to continue its efforts on the big screen, and 24 is often in the conversation. Sex and the City actually pulled it off. Twice! And now Entourage. Are you excited to reunite with Vince and the boys? If so, click over to the next page and get a view of the sweet new poster for this upcoming movie. Entourage will open in theaters on June 5, 2015.