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Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon & Jerry Ferrara Talk Entourage

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It's hard to believe but Entourage has been running for eleven years. And they say a week's a long time in showbusiness (or was it politics? Never mind).

After eight highly successful TV series on HBO, the programme makes the leap to the big screen with a movie version, which sees the return of Hollywood actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his entourage: less-talented brother Johnny 'Drama' Chase (Kevin Dillon), driver and Tequila mogul Salvatore "Turtle" Assante (Jerry Ferrara) and best friend and manager Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly).

We caught up with Adrian, Jerry and Kevin (Dillon) to discuss the film, the many celebrity cameos in the film, putting a band together, and whether they could out-party The Hangover guys.

Entourage is in cinemas 19 June

The complete box set, seasons 1-8, of Entourage is available exclusively on demand with Sky Box Sets 

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