Just when you thought the credits had rolled on the Hollywood adventures of Vincent Chase and his posse, the Entourage crew is back in a big way. A new trailer for the Entourage movie debuted this week, and while some things have changed for the hit series’ cast of characters since their small-screen adventures concluded, this preview of the latest film confirms that much has stayed the same for Eric, Turtle, Johnny Drama, and the gang.
The new film was written and directed by Entourage creator Doug Ellin, and features the return of Adrian Grenier as movie star Vincent Chase, along with his group of pals, played by Kevin Connolly (Eric), Kevin Dillon (Johnny Drama), and Jerry Ferrara (Turtle).
Jeremy Piven also reprises his role as Ari, Vincent’s former talent agent, who now finds himself the head of a major studio. When Ari looks to cast Vincent in his next blockbuster, complications arise — partially stemming from Vincent’s insistence that he direct the film in addition to starring in it.
The film also features Billy Bob Thornton and Haley Joel Osment in supporting roles, along with cameos from a long list of familiar faces, including mixed martial arts champion Ronda Rousey, Mark Wahlberg (who produced both the original series and the film), Jessica Alba, Liam Neeson, and (if the trailer is to be believed) New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Entourage hits theaters June 5, 2015.