The actors of "Entourage" made a dramatic entrance at the Golden Globes red carpet as they showed up not only to enjoy the awards show but also film a couple of scenes for their 2015 flick.
According to Entertainment Weekly, actors Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrera, Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven showed up a little early on the red carpet just so they and the other cast of their upcoming movie could shoot some mock interviews with Carson Daly.
Insiders said Daly had shot a staged interview first with Connolly and Emmanuelle Chriquie before the other stars filmed their awards show scenes.
Chriquie reportedly rocked a gorgeous sparkly gown with a thigh-high slit for the interview scene with Connolly, reports ET Online.
E!'s Terrence Jenkins also had a special participation in the filming by playing a reporter in one particular scene with the other stars.
Per teasers on the upcoming movie, it is said to take place half a year since the hit HBO series that inspired it ended. Vincent (Grenier) and his gang are back in business with over $100 million to spend on a movie. However, Ari (Piven) is not that pleased with what the guys have decided to work on.
Familiar and new cameos include Mark Wahlberg, Ronda Rousey, Alice Eve, "Gone Girl" actress Emily Ratajkowski and Billy Bob Thornton, E! News has learned.
In December, the first official trailer for the flick was released and though it strongly suggests that the guys are back with their usual bromantic gestures, things have most certainly changed.
The “Entourage” movie comes four years since the hit HBO series wrapped up after running on TV for eight seasons. The film’s base camp is around Melrose Ave and N. San Vicente Blvd in Los Angeles and the producers of the show took the opportunity to film at the Golden Globes this year so as not to spend much to much for an awards show set-up, PopStopTV reports.
"Entourage" the movie is set to hit theaters on June 5, 2015.
Check out the official teaser trailer for "Entourage" below:
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