The Hollywood hotshots of the HBO hit "Entourage" were looking good at the premiere of the show's seventh season. The stars were excited to tell ET all about the new season, a potential movie, and guest appearances to look forward to.
Jeremy Piven is petitioning to land a role in the supposed 'Entourage' film. To earn brownie points from executive producer Mark Wahlberg, "I've been Mark's pool boy for almost two months now," he joked.
Sometimes Jeremy channels powerhouse alter ego Ari Gold when he's stuck in horrendous LA traffic. His temperamental "character gets to be humanized this year," he spills. "I think he's got this acerbic tongue that comes back to crush him this year and he's drunk with power and he rises as high as an agent can."
Adrian Grenier's superstar Vince character emerges from his bubble and "steps out to truly smell the roses," he hinted. Jerry Ferrara's role also takes a big leap this season by opening his own business and gaining independence. "You get to see what asset the character brings," he said. "He's a hustler and we'll see if he can grind it out for his own business."
The actors were excited to root on their co-stars at the premiere, but Emmanuelle Chriqui finds it "a little daunting" to see herself on the big screen. Jerry likens viewing himself to when "the teacher calls on you when you don't have the answer."
Watch the video to hear what storyline secrets ET convinced the other tight-lipped cast members to leak. Season seven of "Entourage," also starring Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, and Debi Mazar, makes its HBO debut on Sunday, June 27. Be sure to watch throughout the season for cameos from stars such as Jessica Simpson, Lenny Kravitz, and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.