Pablo Escobar is the subject of three prospective upcoming films, any of which would probably tank at the box office and get booed at Cannes.
Excellent! Nigel Cole, director of Calendar Girls, has not returned our calls.
Plus, news on Ben Affleck, Ramona Quimby, and Johnny Drama.
Plus quotes from Kristen Wiig, Daniel Radcliffe, and Tina Fey.
In Entourage's season finale, "The Cannes Kids," Vince and the Vincettes arrive at the famed festival for a weekend of sun, sand, and backstabbing. No wonder this is the one show we can’t stop watching–slash–can’t stop hating ourselves for watching!
This week's episode, "No Cannes Do," features a real, old-fashioned capital-D Dilemma — well, at least until it's neatly swept under the carpet in the last three minutes of the show. Also: Deus ex Kanye! No wonder this is the one show we can't stop watching–slash–can't stop hating ourselves for watching!
This week's episode, "Snow Job," is delightfully chock-full of vintage Ari, and delightfully free of Turtle and Drama.
Julia Delpy, Uncle Kracker, and Batman!
Presenting the Entourage manifesto.
Plus Peter Jackson, Charlie Sheen, and Prince on the Bible.
"Here's a bunch of stuff that happened over the last few weeks, while we try to figure out how to stretch this season to twenty episodes."
Ari cries, twice, and Turtle dons a bunny suit with a hole cut out for his wee-wee.
Last month, fans argued about whether Tony Soprano was killed at the end of The Sopranos. This month, fans are eagerly flipping to the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to see whether Harry snuffs it. In honor of those two cliffhangers, Vulture presents its list of ten fictional characters we definitely want to see die.
The ostentatiously hetero Entourage writers do a much better job writing monologues for a hyperactive gay Asian than they do writing shit-talking bro-down exchanges between the four dudes.
Have you ever found yourself watching Entourage and thinking, "Sure, it's entertaining — but where are the cameos by former New York Times movie critics?"
Our DVR summary of tonight's episode read, "Ari mishandles a secret script." What? Ari? Who's that? Wait, now we remember him — he's the short one who shouts a lot and jerks around like he's been shot by a Taser. Yes, after several painfully dry weeks, Hurricane Ari returned last night in full force!
Remember how Vince selling his house and shuffling everyone out into the streets was going to shake up the foundations of this show? Yeah, not so much. It's business as usual as the boys crowd into Drama's condo and resume their familiar antics: Drama blusters, Turtle smirks, E frets, and Vince does whatever it is that defines his character, along with occasionally batting his eyelashes. No wonder this is the one show we can't stop watching–slash–can't stop hating ourselves for watching!
One week after an innovative and exciting season premiere, in which a documentary crew chronicled Medellin's impressive on-set turmoil, Entourage transports the whole crew safely — and, for this viewer, sadly, — back to L.A. Good-bye, jungle mania and creative meltdowns!
"He will prove himself to be the biggest homophobe and the biggest friend to the gay man in the history of humanity." —Entourage's Jeremy Piven on what's in store for Ari this season
Hey, Entourage: Back so soon? Just two weeks after wrapping up season three, the show rushes back to fill the post-Sopranos vacuum. We rejoin the gang in the jungles of Colombia, where they and director/irritant extraordinaire Billy Walsh are finally, finally filming Medellin.