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The bros of Entourage are back — and so are their brand names. The Entourage movie (in theaters now) catches up with Vince (Adrian Grenier), Eric (Kevin Connolly), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), Drama (Kevin Dillon), and Ari (Jeremy Piven) as they’re dealing with the troubled production of Vince’s latest blockbuster. The guys are still living the Hollywood high-life, so it’s no surprise that the movie features a feast of product placement that gives the brand-name-happy Transformers: Age of Extinction a run for its money. (That movie clocked in with a record-setting 55 product placements.)
Below are some of the brand names we spotted in the Entourage movie in (roughly) chronological orderbut we’re sure we’ve missed a few. Let us know in the comments about any swag we missed.
The guys take swigs from bottles of Bud at two lady-laden parties. Drama is even seen carrying a clearly-labeled case.
The pizza joint is where E got his first taste of managerial experience.
Ari discovered Vince on a commercial for the “freshmaker” of mints.
Turtle has become a genuine entrepreneur with his tequila brand, seen throughout the movie on bottles and T-shirts. It just so happens the stuff really exists.
In real life, the General Motors luxury car is only a model the car company presents at auto shows. But in the movie, Ari surprises the guys with the convertible version as a gift.
The guys always liked this sweet Cadillac on the HBO series. In the movie, they get a new one — just in time for the car brand’s new “Dare Greatly” campaign.
Yes, another Cadillac gets screen time: their luxury plug-in hybrid.
MMA fighter Ronda Rousey plays herself in Entourage, and her movie persona has hot wheels: a flashy red Corvette.
So many iPhones, iPads, iMacs, and Macbooks make their way into Entourage, it’s nearly impossible to keep count.
Nike branded shoes and clothes pop up nearly as often as Apple iGadgets.
The Belgium beer brand isn’t as ubiquitous as Bud, but we spied a green bottle or two.
What exactly is that logo we clearly see on the T-shirt of an extra? It’s a new meet-up app coming out this summer.
Ari hops on a jet in one scene where, we could just make out this company logo.
A couple of bottles of this enhanced H2O make it into the movie for good measure.
Drama mixed a little of the impotence drug in with some illegal psychoactive Molly, and then secretly added it to E’s water at a big pool party.
We suspect all the guys were wearing Ray-Bans, but in case that didn’t come across, the logo was clearly apparent on a partier’s pair of stylish shades.
It’s fitting that Ari’s name rhymes with the brand name of his red-hot ride.
Yep, Ari has one of these, too — a silver one.
The Aussie yogurt was stacked on Vince’s breakfast table in blueberry, strawberry rhubarb, and lemon flavors.
The gym gear appears in one scene….
…as does the name of the popular gym chain.
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The movie’s crabby version of Liam Neeson drives this luxury car brand.
Meanwhile, the meddling cowboy heir Travis McCredle (Haley Joel Osment) drives this sports car.
New York Yankees
Turtle wears an array of NY hats, though perhaps that’s less a product placement and more about the DNA of Turtle’s character.
A very pregnant Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui) drives this more practical ride.
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Producer Mark Wahlberg waltzes into a scene wearing a shirt that said “Get Marked” — clearly in the font of his own body building brand.
The brand is big and bold on a building as the guys take a stroll on Beverly Hills’ famous Rodeo Drive.
Drama flashes this sleek ID wristband in one scene.
The guys have lunch at world-famous chef Thomas Keller’s Beverly Hills branch.
The dating app gets a big mention at Lloyd’s (Rex Lee) wedding.
The rousing Ronda Rousey scene prominently features the MMA company.
The fight-gloves brand appears in the same scene.
Blink and you’ll miss it, but it’s there on an assistant’s desk.
Old Scratch Records
The indie record company’s logo shows up on David Faustino’s T-shirt.
The popular celebrity TV show and site airs Drama’s humiliating viral video.
The Ahmanson Foundation
This is the movie’s most feel-good placement: This group funds cultural projects in L.A.
In an apparent show of computer fairness, the Dell logo shows up on the back of one lonely monitor.
There’s a quick flash of this popular porn site, which also posts Drama’s embarrassing video.
The guys walk past one on the Sunset Strip.
The champagne is prominently placed at the table of a high profile Hollywood banquet.
A wedding photographer uses the brand’s EOS camera.
Did you spot anything else? Tell us in the comments below!