On the eve of the premiere of the Entourage movie, we're looking back at some of our favorite star cameos from the show's eight seasons.
The Entourage film picks up about six months after the HBO series ended, and continues to present the day-to-day lives of Vinnie Chase (Adrian Grenier), E (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), and Drama (Kevin Dillon) with the cash, mansions, and bikinis audiences are used to. Grae asks the vets, along with newcomers Haley Joel Osment and Ronda Rousey, what the show might tell aliens who happened to pick up on the HBO signal.
The pilot who pulled off the Hudson River landing is getting his own movie.
Netflix is prepping a 17-episode fifth season.
Newly available for purchase this week on streaming video, we've got an inspirations Disney sports drama starring Kevin Costner, the latest Liam Neeson-powered crime thriller, and a small but well-received teen drama. Then, on the subscription side, Netflix offers up an Ava Duvernay drama and a popular recent musical comedy, while Fandor unleashes a number of acclaimed classics from the likes of Kurosawa, Fellini, Ozu, Godard, Bergman, and Renoir, and Crackle gives us a handful of fan favorites and a new Lifetime series. Read on for the full list.
The "Dragon Tattoo" vet is rumored to be the studio's top choice for the long-gestating Stephen King adaptation.
The "Harry Potter" spinoff has found its star.
A scheduling conflict is being blamed for the departures.
On Entourage, everything worked out for Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), even when it probably shouldn't have. In the Entourage movie, Vince decides to direct a movie version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Could this finally be move that sinks Vinnie Chase? We doubt it, but it's the perfect time to look back at some of the worst decisions Vince made in the eight years Entourage was on HBO.
This week on home video, we've got the latest sci-fi actioner from the Wachowskis, a second big screen appearance for a popular animated character, a rom-con(man)-drama with a pair of likable stars, and a winning inspirational sports drama starring Kevin Costner. Then, we've got some noteworthy TV and the usual roundup of smaller films. Read on for details.
Creative differences strike again.
It would "revolve around a new twentysomething male terrorist hunter."
Will the Pork Chop Express ride again?
"'Jurassic Park' is like 'Star Wars.' Different directors can give a different taste to each movie."
"One day I was like, 'It's a great franchise and it's a great idea, if I was going to do it, how would I do it?'"
Close's exit is reportedly part of an effort to "place the focus of the show squarely on the music business."
Jerald, who played Captain Victoria Gates over the past several seasons, has been let go.
Palmer, who played Jason Voorhees' mother in the first "Friday the 13th" movie, was 88.
Dwayne Johnson topped the North American box office with authority as his latest action film San Andreas opened to an estimated $53.2M, a new career high by far as solo anchor of a movie. The Warner Bros. disaster film averaged a strong $14,089 from 3,777 locations and exceeded industry expectations.
Scheduling problems are being blamed for the halt.