Entourage is a 2015 comedy film that is a continuation of the TV series of the same name.
The film picks up where the series left off, chronicling the continuing career of movie star Vincent Chase and his entourage of friends: manager Eric "E" Murphy, older brother and fellow actor Johnny "Drama" Chase and driver/gofer Sal "Turtle" Assante. New studio head Ari Gold bankrolls Vince's directorial debut with a $100 million budget, but when it goes $15 million over, Ari must secure financing from Texas billionaire Larsen McCredle and his son Travis
All of the main cast members from the series return, along with several of the recurring and guest cast members. Additionally, the film features cameos from several actors, musicians, athletes and other celebrities portraying fictional versions of themselves.
Warning: unmarked spoilers for the series below this point.
This movie provides examples of:
- Amazon Chaser: Turtle tries to woo MMA fighter Ronda Rousey.
- Call-Back: Travis is a fan of all of Vince's work including Medellin
- The Cameo: It wouldn't be an Entourage movie without them. So far 34 celebrities are confirmed to appear in the film.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Although Ari's son makes an appearance in the film, his daughter doesn't. In fact, she's never even mentioned.
- Creator Cameo: Mark Wahlberg shows up twice. First is when he runs into Vince and Ari at the studio and the second is when he presents at the Golden Globes.
- Cringe Comedy: When E goes to meet Melanie at the restaurant and runs into the girl he had sex with at the party.
- Continuity Nod: Sloane gives birth to her and E's child.
- Dom is shown in prison watching the video of Drama jerking off.
- Turtle has used the millions he gained through Avion to become a semi-famous business mogul.
- Billy Walsh has relapsed from his alcohol and drug addiction.
- Sort of. These days he only does "happy drugs", not angry drugs.
- Directed by Cast Member: In-Universe, Vince is directing and starring in Hyde even though he has no directorial experience.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: Drama finally becomes a respected actor and wins a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor.
- Everyone Has Standards: Sex obsessed Bob Saget is squicked out by two girls who went to school with his daughter hitting on him.
- Executive Meddling: In-Universe, Travis, the son of the man financing the film, demands that the scenes involving Drama be cut, and eventually decides to fire Vince as well and replace him with a new director and star. It is eventually revealed that this is because he is jealous of Vince's relationship with Emily.
- Happy Ending Override: Vince's marriage ended after 9 days, Eric & Sloane broke up again, Drama's TV show bombed, and Ari came out of retirement to run a studio. Averted with Turtle who not only kept the millions he made from Avion, but also used them to become even more wealthy.
- Info Dump: Piers Morgan's piece about Hyde essentially tells the audience the backgrounds of the main characters in case they don't watch the show.
- Informed Judaism: Seemingly played straight when Lloyd's wedding is a Jewish ceremony, but then subverted when it turns out it was Ari's condition for hosting it at his home.
- Instant Web Hit: The boyfriend of a girl who was having an affair with Drama gets revenge by uploading a video Drama sent to her of him jerking off.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Travis sits Vince down and says that Vince's movie is a nonsensical mess that Vince looks ridiculous in. Although Travis is clearly shown to be a jerk who hates Vince because of how loved by women he is, the one sequence from Vince's movie that we see DOES look like a nonsensical mess that Vince looks ridiculous in.
- Lampshade Hanging: When Turtle tries to remind Ronda Rousey who he is, she asks him if he "used to be really fat".
- While in labor, Sloan snarks that the only thing in her and E's relationship that Vince wasn't around for was the conception.
- Name's the Same: In-Universe, E and Sloan name their baby Ryan Murphy.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: When Turtle is courting Ronda, Drama convinces him she is only interested in a business relationship. When he meets with her later and acts accordingly, Ronda reveals she actually does have feelings for him and asks him to leave.
- Non-Idle Rich: Millionaire Turtle is still Vince's driver
- Opinion Myopia: In-Universe, Travis actually likes Medellin
- The Pornomancer: Surprisingly, E turns out to be one of these. Drama and Turtle are baffled by how he keeps getting hot women to sleep with him.
- Reality Ensues: Vince and Sophia realized getting married after dating for two days was a stupid idea and get an annulment.
- Ari gets fired due to his over the top behavior.
- Running Gag: Throughout the film, various characters make remarks about how Turtle used to be fat.
- Status Quo Is God: The only member of the group this isn't in effect for is Turtle, who actually became even more wealthy since the finale.
- The series ended with Vince getting married and Ari retired. By the film, Vince's marriage is ended and Ari is back working in Hollywood, this time as a studio head.
- Drama's animated sitcom Johnny Bananas flopped, leaving him still struggling for work.
- E and Sloan broke up again after E revealed he did sleep with her stepmom.
- Stalker with a Crush: Travis towards Emily Ratajkowski. He even tries to ruin Vince's movie because he's bitter over the fact that Emily favors Vince over him.
- Title Drop: Piers Morgan calls the group Vincent Chase's entourage to everyone's confusion.
- 20 Minutes into the Past: The film takes place 8 months after the series' end in 2011.
- Undisclosed Funds: The only indications we get of Turtle's wealth is that the mansion that the group lives in is his and he can easily give Vince $8 million for Hyde.Ari: [after hearing Turtle's offer] How much fucking money did this guy make?
- Who Would Want to Watch Us?: At the end of the film, Billy Walsh proposes creating a tv show based on Vince and his entourage's experiences. Ari thinks it's a terrible idea.
- You Have Got to Be Kidding Me!: Mark Wahlberg's reaction when he opens the Golden Globe envelope and sees Drama's name.