Season 5 ended with Vince’s career on an(other) upward swing, with him starring in Martin Scorsese’s remake of ‘The Great Gatsby’.
In Entourage season 6 the winds of change are present. E and Lloyd make big plays for independence, Turtle deals with his celebrity girlfriend and entertains thoughts of starting a business, while Ari makes a massive business move. And Johnny Drama? Same ol’, same ol’, drama follows Drama.
Stars playing themselves in this season of Entourage include Tom Brady, Ed Burns, Zac Efron, 50 Cent, Jay Leno, Steve Nash, David Schwimmer and Mark Wahlberg. In the last episode watch for Matt Damon popping in for a brilliant little cameo.
Just in case you don’t know the origins of this Entourage, it is somewhat based on the experiences of Mark Wahlberg and his close group of friends in their early days in Hollywood.
Entourage is funny, with insight into how life is living in the red carpet world. And in Ari Gold, played by Jeremy Piven, Entourage has one of the all-time best TV characters.
- “Life At The Top” – An exclusive look at the making of Season 6 featuring interviews with the cast and crew
- “A Day at the Speedway” – Behind the scenes with the Entourage cast and crew as they race Ferraris at the Auto Club Speedway
- ONEXONE PSA (directed by Matt Damon)
- Three audio commentaries with creator/executive producer Doug Ellin, executive producer Ally Musika, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Adrian Grenier, and Bob Saget
Entourage season 6 has an RRP of $49.99 for the Blu-ray edition, and $39.99 for the DVD edition.
That’s RRP, but look around, there’s already better pricing to be found. I’ve seen retailers with pricing of $39.99 for Blu-ray and $32.99 for DVD.
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