Vinnie Chase and his bros are back in the first trailer for "Entourage," the big-screen adaptation of the HBO series about four dudes from Queens running wild in Hollywood.
Set for release June 5 from Warner Bros., the movie picks up six months after the 2011 TV finale, and from the looks of things Vince (Adrian Grenier), E. (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) and Drama (Kevin Dillon) are up to their usual shenanigans.
The 2-1/2-minute teaser (embedded above) begins with a trailer within a trailer, for Vince's directorial debut "Hyde," in which he appears to play some kind of super-powered DJ antihero. Unfortunately, hotheaded agent turned studio head Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) isn't happy that the movie is $15 million over the nine-figure budget he signed off on.
Vince is nonchalant as ever, while Drama is an inadvertent source of drama and Turtle tries to woo a mixed martial artist (Ronda Rousey). Alas, poor E. is shunted to the background in the trailer — though producer and series inspiration Mark Wahlberg makes a cameo.
Written and directed by series creator Doug Ellin, the "Entourage" movie will ultimately test whether fans of the show will turn out four years down the line, and whether the filmmakers themselves can put a fresh spin on a familiar and at times formulaic franchise.
The trailer even seems to wink at the latter notion, when Vince delivers the oft-repeated line, "If it doesn't work out, we can always move back to Queens."
But Drama protests, "I don't want to go back to Queens, bro! I like the weather out here too much."