Get ready to bro down with Vince and his crew of lackeys one more time!

After years of rumors, speculation, and high-profile contract squabbles, the Entourage movie is in the can, and the the first trailer is generating more excitement amongst aging frat boys than a new scent from Axe body spray:

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Get ready to hug it out, bros. The Entourage movie now has a release date.

Variety confirms that Vince and the boys will take their actions to the big screen on June 12, 2015.

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In obvious news, two-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover girl goddess Kate Upton may soon be joining the Entourage movie, a new report indicates.

Upton, 21, has not yet been officially cast in the lead female role but is in early talks, according to The Wrap, for the film that begins shooting next year.

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The men of Entourage have hugged it out off screen... and soon they'll be doing the same on screen.

Following years of rumors and more recent months of rumored contract squabbles, the big screen version of this HBO series has finally been confirmed by show creator Doug Ellin.

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The boys may finally be getting back together.

While talk of an Entourage movie has been ongoing since this HBO series went off the air in September 2011, it looks like a production date has actually been set and the film may actually take place.

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It all begins and ends with your friends.

So teases the following trailer for Entourage, which hypes the final season for Vince, E, Ari and company. The promo doesn't reveal any new scenes, but it should still get long-time fans excited for the series.

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Ari Gold isn't so menacing when he's playing with his puppy.

As the man behind that character, Jeremy Piven doesn't seem too stressed out about his Emmy Award nomination. Maybe his best friend is providing him with some last-minute fashion tips in this shot.

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There's often an entourage of well-known guest stars on the HBO comedy, Entourage. Most recently, directors James Cameron and Paul Haggis made appearances, playing themselves.

Despite being in front of the camera, these leaders still had clear ideas of how they wanted their fictional movies to be portrayed. Aquaman, fortunately, was a wild success in the show. The same was said about Haggis by all involved.

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