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Watch Jeremy Piven recall meeting Mike Tyson on the set of Rush Hour 2

Mike Tyson might not remember the first time he met Jeremy Piven, but it’s an encounter Piven will never forget.

For EW’s Greatest Story Ever Told video series, the actor stopped by to share the story of his first interaction with the former boxing champion on the set of Rush Hour 2. While Piven and the crew were in Las Vegas to film, Tyson was there to do a little shopping—and when Mike Tyson wants to shop, you let him shop. Watch the Entourage star reminisce about meeting Tyson in full character above.

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Jeremy Piven is back as Ari Gold in new Entourage featurette

Entourage, Jeremy Piven | Why I'd quit: Lloyd is really the only person who could put up with Ari's homophobic and racial slurs for so long. I couldn't be…

Who wouldn’t love Ari Gold, that screaming, tantrum-throwing, vaguely racist, sexist, classist, fill-in-the-blank-ist agent played by Jeremy Piven in Entourage? And now that he’s a studio head, Gold’s temper is shorter than Mickey Rooney on his knees. Fans who’ve missed him since the HBO show said farewell in 2011 should check out the exclusive featurette, in which the stars of the film discuss the character’s legacy.

Entourage opens in theaters on June 3.

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It's bro time! The boys of Entourage are back and on the big screen

The Hollywood Hills loom like gentle giants behind us, cutting a silhouette against a sky the color of a robin’s egg. The sun hangs low like a radioactive grapefruit while a bird sings softly from its perch atop a giant margarita on the roof of a nearby Mexican restaurant. There’s barely any traffic. It’s a beautiful and peaceful late afternoon on the Sunset Strip.

“It’s the middle of the f - - - ing afternoon! Why the f- - - are these f - - -ers dressed for the f - - -ing nightclub?! F - - -!” inquires Doug Ellin, creator of HBO’s Entourage and director of the new movie adaptation of the ­series. At the moment, he’s shooting a film version of one of the show’s classic sequences, the walk-and-talk featuring all five of the core group. Ellin is dissatisfied with the wardrobe for the corralled young female models—all in heels and minidresses—who are being released into the frame at measured intervals, like handfuls of doves in a John Woo movie.

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Entourage short film shows how Ari Gold came back to Hollywood

Entourage’s HBO series finale left Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) retired and living in (relative) peace. But the pull of Hollywood was too strong, and Gold eventually found his way back into the film industry.

A new short film from Entourage creator Doug Ellin shows just how Gold found his way back after only a week in what, for most people, might be paradise.

Starring Piven, Perrey Reeves, and a longer-haired Piven, the new short film “Ari Gold Is Back”—which doubles as a Cadillac commercial—offers a look at Gold’s journey home.

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Casting Net: Vin Diesel, Chris Tucker in negotiations for Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk

  • Vin Diesel and Chris Tucker are in negotiations to join Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, an adaptation of the Ben Fountain novel being directed by Ang Lee. The film is about a 19-year-old private who survives a battle in Iraq that is captured on video. He and his fellow soldiers are brought back to the U.S. for a promotional tour which culminates in the halftime show at a Thanksgiving Day football game.

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Paula Patton, Kate Beckinsale to announce Golden Globe nominees

Paula Patton

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has announced the quartet of actors who will be on hand to reveal the nominees for the 72nd Golden Globes.

Kate Beckinsale, Peter Krause, Paula Patton, and Jeremy Piven will announce the nominees this Thursday, Dec. 11 at 8:20 a.m. EST. Krause and Piven are both previous Golden Globe nominees, with Piven having won an award in 2008 for his role on Entourage.

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