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Girl On Girl: The Joke’s On You

I feel so bad for “Entourage” star Kevin Dillon right now. He’s hurt because of a joke Jane Lynch made while hosting the Emmy Awards last weekend. He said what Jane did was “unfair,” because it is just not true!

What Jane said: “A lot people are very curious as to why I’m a lesbian — ladies and gentleman, the cast of ‘Entourage.’”
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Adrian Grenier Gets Emo On His Last Day Filming “Entourage”

“Saying my goodbyes to ‘Arnold’ (Rocky) and thanking him for 8 great years of loyal service! I think he knows Entourage is coming to an end – dogs always know. And I kinda look like a dog in this too. Ruff Ruff.”

Adrian Grenier‘s posts on his Facebook wall his thoughts on his last day of filming the TV show “Entourage.” Awww, I just got a little sad for him and the rest of cast. Though, seriously—he is right on the dog thing. He does have a vaguely canine quality to him, no? [ONTD] Keep reading »

Anthony Weiner Has Job Offers From “Entourage,” Larry Flynt

With it clear that Weinergate wasn’t disappearing anytime soon, yesterday Anthony Weiner held a press conference yesterday to announce that he was resigning from his post in the House of Representatives. “I had hoped to be able to continue the work that my constituents elected me to do,” he said. “Unfortunately, the distraction that I myself have created has made that impossible.”

But it does not look like Anthony will be unemployed for long. Today, both Larry Flynt and the television show “Entourage” reached out to him, offering him work. Keep reading »

Frisky Q&A: Autumn Reeser, Aspiring Blogger And Star Of “No Ordinary Family”

Chances are, if you’ve had a functioning television over the last few years, you already recognize Autumn Reeser from her roles on “The OC” and this past season of “Entourage.” But her new show, “No Ordinary Family” (which debuts tomorrow night at 8 p.m.on ABC), is one of the most talked about shows this season, setting Reeser up to become one of the actresses you should keep your eye on. Reeser plays Katie Andrews, a woman who becomes closely involved with a family that discovers they all suddenly possess some, uh, supernatural abilities. I got a chance to talk to Autumn about her exciting new role, whether she’ll be back on “Entourage” next season, and got the scoop on her pet project — a female-focused blogging venture that could give The Frisky a little competition. Check out the interview, after the jump! Keep reading »

Porn Star Sasha Grey’s Full-Frontal Nudity Shocks “Entourage” Viewers

“Sasha Grey Sparks Bush Backlash”! That was the headline for the always-astute Tracy Clark-Flory’s Broadsheet post on porn star Sasha Grey getting totally naked on the latest episode of HBO’s “Entourage.” Of course, in this day and age, the nudity itself wasn’t shocking. (After all, at this point, who hasn’t seen Grey nude?) It was her pubic hair that became the hirsuite cause célèbre. Keep reading »

Porn Star Sasha Grey Debuts On “Entourage,” Dirty Jokes Ensue

Last night, porn star Sasha Grey made her premiere on “Entourage,” playing herself as the sort-of girlfriend of Vincent Chase played by Adrian Grenier. Presumably, Grey was brought on the show to “spice things up” a bit. The show’s neither as funny, interesting, nor innovative as it used to be, so someone must have decided “porn star!” was the answer. How was Grey? Keep reading »

Quotable: Kevin Connolly On Directing An “Entourage” Sex Scene With Sasha Grey

“I directed an episode this season. There’s a sex scene with Vince and Sasha Grey, who’s a real life adult film star. … I was the first one to get the script, and I was dead serious, like ‘Alright, guys, we got a racy scene coming up.’ And she was like, ‘Racy?’ I was like, ‘Well maybe not so much racy for you…’ It was fun, but strangely, even though she’s an adult film star, it was still awkward. I’m very conservative also. I was happier when that scene was over.”

—Kevin Connolly talks about directing an episode of “Entourage” this season with a very special guest star [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

10 Rules For “Entourage: The Movie,” So It Doesn’t Suck Like “SATC 2″

The seventh season of “Entourage” hasn’t even started yet, and executive producer Mark Wahlberg (yes, that Mark Wahlberg) already has us worried about “Entourage: The Movie.” Recently, Wahlberg said, “I am more focused on making that movie than my own films. I just think we can make a great movie. … We just have to end strong, and this season is, by far, the best season. … We’re going to have six episodes next year and end with a bang and then in the trailer you see [Ari Gold and his associate Lloyd] waking up in bed together in Vegas not knowing what happened.” [MTV]

That’s all well and good, but we don’t want to see seven seasons go up in flames with a craptastic movie, a la “Sex and the City 2.” So we’ve got 10 rules that Mark and the crew should keep in mind. Keep reading »

“Entourage” For Women?

HBO shows are almost always awesome. So we’re pretty excited to hear that Mark Wahlberg—yes, that one, he’s an executive producer of “Entourage“—is developing a female version of the show. While the show won’t be as industry-focused, the idea is the same—four female friends work and live the high life in Los Angeles. I wonder what they’ll call it? “Chickterage”? Or, uh, “Sex in the City: LA”? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Actress & Ex-Playmate Accuses “Entourage” Guys Of Getting Handsy

  • Actress Irina Voronina said the men of “Entourage” were “very rude and unprofessional” on set and alleged that she and another actress were fired for wanting personal space. The former Playboy Playmate, who had a guest role on the show, told a gossip column, “If there is a shot where we’re all in the limo and the camera is rolling, it’s us all having fun, they have their hands all over us and then when the cameras stop I expect them to reel back to being normal, but they continued the partying off camera and we made that clear.” (Presumably she means they made it clear they wanted the guys’ hands off.) HBO, which is responsible for “Entourage,” denies there were any problems on set.—[Fox News]—But … but … Jeremy Piven seemed like such a nice guy! Next you’re going to tell me Joe Francis hit a woman!
  • Ed ReBrook, a defense attorney in West Virginia who defended a rapist convicted of targeting prostitutes, repeatedly referred to the women as “whores” and “street tramps” in the courtroom. “You cannot rape the willing,” ReBrook said, according to the blog, Curvature. “They got in those automobiles with the intention of having sex for money. I would be horrified if any of the women in my life were raped, but I’m talking about decent, honorable women.” [The Curvature]—Hey, new boyfriend, ladies!!!
  • Have you ever used Plan B emergency contraception? You can help out a history professor who is writing a book about EC by taking her survey. [Our Bodies, Ourselves]
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