The final season of “Entourage” is here, but that doesn’t mean the show won’t go on.
Ahead of the July 24 premiere episode, the stars of the HBO show hit the red carpet in New York City and spoke with CNN. On top of saying goodbye and reflecting on shooting some of the final scenes for the show, Vincent Chase himself, Adrian Grenier, responded to a question about the prospect of an "Entourage" movie.
“I would hate to disappoint the millions and millions of people that want to see a movie,” Grenier told CNN. “I wouldn’t want to be the guy to deliver that news. So, I’m going to say yes!”
On the heels of his resignation from Congress, disgraced New York politician Anthony Weiner received a surprise job offer from Hustler Magazine.
The adult publication's famous founder, Larry Flynt, confirmed the job offer on both Twitter and his company's website, simply stating, "I'm offering Anthony Weiner a job."
Flynt's tweet included a hyperlink to an open letter on The Huffington Post which included details about the sincerity of the offer. FULL POST
“Entourage” fans, it’s a bittersweet Monday.
The last time I blogged two Sundays ago, there were no NFL football games (that really counted), no Taylor Swift song about Kanye West, no Kanye West song about what he did to Taylor, and there certainly was no Justin Bieber performance on the MTV VMAs that made me openly admit, "Hey, I like this kid!"
(Wait, did I just type that?)
My, how the world has changed. While some of yesterday's gifts were more fun than others, it felt like Christmas all day long. A day full of NFL games was the best present I could wish for after a long summer, but at the end of it all, I got to watch an “Entourage” season finale that made me say "that was absolutely incredible." But, it’s the season finale. The season is now (gulp) over.
It’s another glorious Monday, “Entourage” fans, but this one feels different.
I’m sure you recall that “stunned disgust” I felt after watching Vince in last week’s episode, but it turns out that disgust has a bright side: you only have to experience it once.
That’s because after the initial shock, you become numb, and that perfectly describes my feelings about the current foolishness that is Vince Chase on "Entourage” – I’m becoming totally immune to them.
I'm a little disturbed, "Entourage" fans, and not just because it’s Monday.
It appears the beloved crew from Queens is officially "a man down,” and if the signs we've seen in Vince this season are par for the course, the "Entourage" will cease to exist long before the show ends next summer.
But let me back up for a minute. You know, as "Entourage" starts each week, there's always that familiar feeling of, "OK, let's see what's gonna happen next!” Then as things wind down and the sweet music kicks in to set up the next episode, I think out loud to no one in particular: "OK, let's see what's gonna happen next." It ends as it begins. Always.
Fans, yesterday we watched an episode of our beloved "Entourage” with the knowledge that the show will soon be no more, a day perhaps more popularly known as the first day of the rest of our “Entourage”-watching lives.
Just like I watched last night's episode with renewed resolve after the announcement that the show would end next summer, the writers seemed to sense that renewal, and I thought they delivered a downright sexy, vintage episode.
When we last saw Vince at the conclusion of last week's show, "Hair,” he was in much-less-than-vintage shape, lying face down on the side of the pool in his birthday suit. In last week's blog, we spoke on Vince's downward spiral, and a few readers openly guessed exactly what was in the Avion tequila Vince and everyone else seemed to be so in love with.
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