The 'Entourage' Movie Is the Essence of Axe Body Spray in Film Form

by Brice Ezell

7 May 2015

HBO's eight season series Entourage now has a film, which answers the question: "How can one transform cocaine into cinema?"
 

Over the course of eight seasons, Entourage, HBO’s program about a group of men from Queens trying to make it big in Hollywood, cemented itself as the most extravagant depiction of the “bro” ethos ever recorded. With a buddy-buddy atmosphere fueled by the hedonism so endemic to the City of Angels, the program gives off the vibe that fraternities likely use it as a holy text.
  
Well, if Entourage‘s eight seasons are a Porsche, then the soon-to-be-unleashed Entourage film, directed by show creator Doug Ellin, will be its flashy gold rims. Fair warning: theatres screening the film have a 70 percent chance of reeking of Axe body spray—and that’s a conservative estimate.

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