With the exception of a hopeful feature film (fingers crossed), it's all over for the boys from Queens.
Movie or not, it's not like we're being left empty-handed.
Ari doesn't want to do it because he'll have to involve financiers from Texas, but Vince is certain that he needs it to fully complete his vision.
As the guys leave the studio, Turtle catches a glimpse of Ronda Rousey.
Vince's notorious neighbor from the series, Saget, is obviously invited to the party/screening, and when his daughter's friends try to sleep with him, he turns to the entourage for help.
Yes, it's uncomfortable, but you can't have a true Entourage reunion without Saget.
The half-Venezuelan MMA fighter also gets to show off what she's made of, which includes her killer arm bar, but Hollywood-style.Ronda Rousey is known for kicking ass and taking names, and on the set of the "Entourage" movie ... Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon shot a scene yesterday in Los Angeles where the UFC queen busts open a major can on them and their SUV in a road rage incident.Seems from the clip the guys were able to talk their way out of it -- so ... We're guessing he wouldn't be that lucky in real life.has given us eight years' worth of entertainment, some of them great, others not so great, yet all watchable and suitable for kicking back and living the fast life vicariously through movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his hometown homies.When it comes to the best season, there's really no question: Season Two was an instant classic."It's almost like I have a different person, like part of my brain or personality there." "It's cute that in the beginning of the movie, it's more my girly in skirts, kind of coy side and suddenly flipped where I get to bring him to the gym where I'm like this Superman kind of person when the rest of the time I am Clark Kent," she added."It was fun bringing him over there and showing him a few moves." In "Entourage," Rousey and Turtle have a somewhat volatile reunion following a misunderstanding, and an even more explosive meeting when she invites him to her place.Vince has just been separated from his wife after nine days of marriage and is already dating Nina Agdal. He calls up his former agent-turned-studio head Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven).Ari offers Vince the project, but Vince adds that he wants to direct the film too. After an opening credits sequence not unlike that of the series, we see a segment from Piers Morgan eight months later, detailing Vince's directorial debut, "Hyde", which is a new take on "Jekyll and Hyde". The segment also adds that E is still managing Vince while Turtle is still his driver.Rousey has a stellar track record of finishing all of her opponents with this fierce move in the first round (a move that she "gently" pulled on Turtle in "Entourage.") "It was fun kind of showing Turtle that side of my life, where he would always see me outside of it.It's very different who I am outside in the world as opposed to in the gym," Rousey told Latin Post in an exclusive interview in Los Angeles.