OK everyone you are in for a treat – we got an interview with Tie Domi (That was some Toronto Maple Leafs humor, and in actuality Tie wouldn’t talk to us.) However, Mark Wahlberg did stop and speak with us about his new movie titled “The Fighter,” which is getting rave reviews. We also had a chat with Eric Weinstein, who is the real “E.” If you watch Entourage, you will know who we are referring to. And we also offer Mark Wahlberg a billion dollars…….Enjoy!
This Week On Entourage:
Having relationship woes with jealous girlfriends, Eric and Turtle discuss with Vince how to solve it.
The boys meet up with a stressed out Drama who is afraid he’ll get cut from Five Towns. Although when he runs into a Melrose producer who offers him a part in the new show, Drama strongly considers dropping out of his current show.
He discusses the possibility with the boys about somehow getting out of his contract, and the boys advise him to call his agent.
Lloyd, feeling nervous after leaving Ari, tries to convince Drama to stay with him as his client at the new agency. Drama says if he gets out of the contract, then he’ll consider signing with Lloyd.
Meanwhile, Turtle gives Eric a lift to Ashley’s house, to settle some relationship trust issues. She’s suspicious about the identity of “Rupert Pupkin” (the name she saw on his cell phone), which happened to be Vince’s alias name. Ashley suggests that she have access to all his e-mails- this has Eric a bit sketched out.
Steven Spielberg?s next film, titled Munich, will be about the kidnapping of Israeli athletes from the 1972 Olympics, says BBC News.
In an interview with Time magazine, the director has called his latest project ?a prayer for peace.?
“I don’t think any movie or any book or any work of art can solve the stalemate in the Middle East today. But it’s worth a try,” he said.
The film will be released on Dec. 23 in the U.S., but leaders of Jewish and Muslim groups along with diplomats and foreign policy officials will get a sneak peek before its opening date.
The Olympic kidnapping, which was organized by Palestinians, resulted in the deaths of 11 Israeli athletes, five kidnappers and one German policeman.
The film focuses on the Israeli response to the kidnappings. Eric Bana (The Hulk, Troy) plays a Mossad agent alongside Geoffrey Rush and Daniel Craig, the new James Bond.