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The Word: The 'Entourage' gang says goodbye

It was packed Tuesday night on Amsterdam Avenue in New York City for thepremiere of the final season of “Entourage.”

It was packed Tuesday night on Amsterdam Avenue in New York City for the premiere of the final season of “Entourage.” Mark Walhberg, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, Jeremy Piven, Sir Ben Kingsley, Andrew Dice Clay and many others were on hand to say goodbye to the hit HBO show. Now that the series is done filming, we asked some of the stars we saw: Who would make up their ultimate entourage?



Bryan Batt:

(“Mad Men” actor) I’d love to have my mom, she just passed away. I would love to have her back. She’d be first on my list. I would have Christina Hendricks, and my friend Patricia Clarkson. They’re grounded and cool people and I love to hang with them. They’re also gorgeous red heads. We’d go to Venice and get in a gondola and row and row.



Adrian Grenier:

John Lennon.



“The show this year will be extremely nostalgic, extremely touching. Everyone will be smiling and crying at the same time,” Grenier said about the final season of “Entourage”



Jeremy Piven:

My mom. Definitely my momma.



Kevin Dillon:

I think I would like Dean Martin. He’s a golfer, he sings great and he’s cool. He’s smooth as butter.



Constance Zimmer:

(Dana Gordon) My husband, my daughter and my nanny. That’s pretty much my entourage. We go to the park. We eat a lot. We do a lot of eating. Mind you, that’s my posse. But my ultimate entourage would probably be people who are shorter than me and not as pretty as me. Anything to make me feel better about myself. Just kidding!



Doug Ellin

(“Entourage” creator) My kids and my dogs. That’s it. I’m not really into the entourage. I still have my best friends. My best friends from elementary school are here tonight. They’ve been to every one of these premieres — even to my bad movie premieres.



— With additional reporting by Jeryl Brunner




Matt Damon feels sorry for Brad Pitt



Matt Damon admits that he has it pretty easy: “I do the work that I love and need, but don’t need paramilitary troops to protect me,” he says in an interview with Germany’s Tele 5. “I have friends who are like prisoners. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, for instance. If they go for a walk, it turns into an international incident.”



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