Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Kate Upton might star in the 'Entourage' movie because of course she will

You know what the Entourage movie totally needs to set it apart from the HBO show and make it feel particularly important? More roles filled by attractive women with very little acting experience. Because, really, when you're toiling in anguish over whether or not Vinny is going to get the part in Aquaman 47: The Revenge of Ahab's Ghost and trying to pick up on all of the allegorical references promoting the reunification of Yugoslavia, you need a buxom blonde familiar face to keep you at ease.

Kate Upton might star in the 'Entourage' movie because of course she will

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You know what the Entourage movie totally needs to set it apart from the HBO show and make it feel particularly important? More roles filled by attractive women with very little acting experience. Because, really, when you're toiling in anguish over whether or not Vinny is going to get the part in Aquaman 47: The Revenge of Ahab's Ghost and trying to pick up on all of the allegorical references urging American intervention in Darfur, you need a buxom blonde familiar face to keep you at ease.

Thankfully, the brilliant artísts behind the Entourage film are reportedly looking to enlist the services of Kate Upton, who might be offered the female lead in the forthcoming movie.

Kate Upton is being eyed for the female lead in the “Entourage” movie, multiple individuals familiar with the Warner Bros. project have told TheWrap.

Though Upton has not been formally offered the role yet, she is in early discussions to join the cast, according to sources. While a representative for the swimsuit model-turned-actress has denied that any such talks are under way, they acknowledge that there was interest in Upton for the project earlier this year.

Warner Bros. had no comment.

Yeah, yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah. Yeah, yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaah. [The Wrap]

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