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Entourage Extra Alleges Jeremy Piven Sexually Assaulted Her In 2009 Report

Anastasia Taneie , a woman who worked as an extra on Entourage , has made fresh allegations of unwanted sexual advances by Emmy winner Jeremy Piven . Taneie told BuzzFeed News that in 2009, Piven forcibly pushed her up against a wall in a dark hallway, grabbing her breasts and genitals, during a break from filming on the HBO series. Taneie joins other women who have accused Piven of sexual harassment or assault dating back to 1995. He has denied the allegations. In her   ...Read More...

Alison Brie Recalls Being Asked to Take Her Top Off While Auditioning for Entourage

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'Entourage' Director Teams with 'Fortitude,' 'The A Word' Producers on TV Drama

Julian Farino will direct the TV adaptation of Lisa McInerney's 'The Glorious Heresies' for Fifty Fathoms Productions. ...Read More... //

Adrian Grenier Pays Tribute To Fallen Iraqis On 9/11

Former "Entourage" star Adrian Grenier has come under fire for a ridiculously stupid post he made on his Instagram page last week.   Read More... //

Entourage Star Perrey Reeves Weds Boyfriend

Maybe she can have it all! Entourage star Perrey Reeves, AKA Mrs. Ari, is now a married woman in real life.  Read More... //

Ari Golds Top 10 Quotes on Entourage TV Series (NSFW Video)

Foul-mouthed agent Ari Gold , the beloved character played by Jeremy Piven on HBOs Entourage, always has a quip at the ready. The eminently quotable power player is known for his sexist, racist and homophobic bon mots, which are part of the characters disturbing charm. In honor of the release of the Entourage movie this weekend, TheWrap has compiled Aris top 10 quotes. Let us know if we missed any great lines in the comments section below, and apologies in advance to any readers whom Ari may offend.  Read More...     //

'Entourage's' 9 best jerk cameos, from Matt Damon to Liam Neeson

The amount of cameos in eight seasons and one "Entourage" movie is far too many to count. It would probably be easier name the actors and athletes who haven't had a run-in with Vince (Adrian Grenier), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), Drama (Kevin Dillon), E (Kevin Connolly) or volatile agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) over the years. Some of the most memorable celebrity appearances were undoubtedly the people who weren't afraid to play unfavorable versions of themselves. Here's 9 cameos who were more than willing to dirty up their reputations on behalf of "Entourage." RELATED:'Entourage' movie sequel planned: The happy ending won't lastWarning: The following videos content may contain explicit language as heard on the series. Watch at your own risk.1. Gary BuseySeen in: "Busey And The Beach" (Season 1, Episode 6), "The Boys Are Back In Town" (Season 2, Episode 2), "Gary's Desk" (Season 4, Episode 8), "Entourage" (2015)While one could argue Busey's many appearances on... //

'Entourage' movie sequel planned: The happy ending won't last

Though the "Entourage" movie ends on a happy note for all -- what else would you expect from the tale of Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his eternally lucky friends from New York? -- there's still more story to tell. That's right, an "Entourage" sequel is being planned."I don't have any thoughts on what it is yet, but the plan is to do another one," writer, director and series creator Doug Ellin tells Zap2it.Naturally, that means the happy ending of the first movie is probably not going to last long. "That's how life is. Everything seems great," Ellin says. "That's especially how Hollywood is. Everything seems great, then it goes to s***."RELATED: Why the 'Entourage' movie almost didn't happenJerry Ferrara, who plays Turtle, has one idea about a direction the movie can take. "I would worry about Turtle keeping his money," he says. "Like, he really starts to think he's Marc Cuban and risks it... //

The Entourage Movie Is for People Who Love Entourage, by People Who Love Entourage

  Shameful disclosure, part one: I watched the entire run of the HBO series Entourage back when it was on the air. Shameful disclosure, part two: I kind of enjoyed it. The show, which premiered in 2004, started off as a glitzy, not-particularly-deep hybrid of Hollywood satire and voyeuristic wish-fulfillment. Its very shallowness was its charm. (Remember, 2004, 2005, 2006 those were pretty dark, hellish years.) The satire part eventually faded away while the fantasy loomed ever larger, as Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) became a bigger and bigger star. He and his trio of loyal buds had started off regarding Hollywood with a mix of fear and wonder; by the end, they were part of the machine. And while the early seasons were sharper and funnier than later ones, it was still interesting to observe how the characters' self-regard translated as they transformed from outsiders to insiders as their clueless delusions became unlikely reality.  Read More... //

The Entourage Guys Play Never Have I Ever With Ellen DeGeneres

The cast of Entourage spilled some sexy secrets.   Read More... //