A Minute With: Grenier, Connolly on their 'Entourage' bromance
By Alicia Avila
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - For actors Adrian Grenier and Kevin Connolly, the friendship of their "Entourage" characters Vince and Eric that grew over eight seasons on HBO made it a no-brainer for the pair to reunite for the movie spinoff.
HBO's "Entourage" followed actor Vince (Grenier) and his friends, who became high-flying Hollywood power players. The film continues their journey.
In an interview with Reuters interrupted by frequent giggles, Grenier, 38, and Connolly, 41, discussed returning to "Entourage," out in U.S. theaters on Wednesday, four years after the show ended its TV run. Below are excerpts.
Q: What was it like to step back into "Entourage?"
Grenier: It was wonderful, you know, we've been waiting too long.
Connolly: It was easy, like riding a bike. Five minutes being in the hair and makeup trailer that first morning; everything was back to normal like we never left.
Q: Why was it important to keep the original cast? Continued...