"Sorry but thank you."
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"Sorry but thank you."
You may have gleaned from Gary Oldman's infamous Playboy interview that he's a private person, and now we have a special tidbit to illustrate.
Last Wednesday, a TMZ journalist caught up with Transformers 4 star and former rapper Mark Wahlberg to ask him the question that was on everyone’s minds two years ago – “<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/10/entourage-movie-might-happening-bros-greedy/" target="_blank">What’s up with the Entourage movie?</a>” Wahlberg, of course, was the show’s executive producer because it was basically the story of his life, how he rose to inexplicable fame with very limited acting talent and carried his worthless friends on his shoulders for years, I presume.
"I don't know at what point exactly it started to be a problem.
Bros, I feel like I've been dreaming about this day ever since Andrea Fingerblast ski-poled Flapjacks and me after the Chi O slave auction in the back of Steve L's mom's beamer on the way to pledge retreat, and now it's finally here: Entourage is getting a movie.
A daring new documentary featuring interviews with drug kingpins, prison employees, celebrities, and lobbyists.
Unlike <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2012/03/discussion-post-are-the-comparisons-between-rush-limbaugh-and-bill-maher-fair">some of my colleagues</a>, I would rather set myself ablaze and wade into pool of gasoline than engage in a political discussion on the Internet.
As you may have heard, <a href="http://dognewsdaily.com/headline_story.php">Dog News Daily</a> (yes, this really exists) recently announced the nominees for it's "Golden Collar Award" -- think of it as the Golden Globe awards for dogs in movies and TV shows.
Google “entourage douchebag” and a <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2009/04/the-president-is-a-douchebag">link from Warming Glow appears third</a> on the search list.
I spend a disproportionate amount of time making fun of "Entourage" and expressing wonder at how anyone can root for the tiny, selfish men the show revolves around, but I will credit the show for this: after seven years of Vincent Chase's life being a non-stop parade of almost-bummers that turn out TOTALLY AWESOME, last year's season finale ended with Vince addicted to cocaine and actually going to jail.
I admit, I have a tough time separating Adrian Grenier from the personality-free husk of a douchebag he plays on Entourage, which is probably partially his fault, but still a little unfair.
Get out your wanking motions, everybody: "Entourage" "star" Adrian Grenier will appear on an episode of "90210" next season with his band The Honey Brothers.
There's a new trailer for "Entourage" below, and it shows basically all the same crap as the star.
The seventh season of "Entourage" debuts later this month, and there's a new trailer that's even more laughably ridiculous than what I've come to expect.
HBO has acquired the rights to "Teenage Paparazzo," a documentary directed by "Entourage" "star"-slash-"musician" Adrian Grenier.
This one's simple: these are the television clips and TV news stories that made us happiest about others' misfortune over the past year.
This is a photo of "Entourage" star Adrian Grenier playing at a concert with his band, <a href="http://www.thehoneybrothers.com/" target="_blank">The Honey Brothers</a>.
Welcome to Xanadouche It's fairly well known that Jeremy Piven's Entourage character, Ari Gold, is based on Entourage exec producer Mark Wahlberg's real-life agent, Ari Emanuel.