Fistfights notwithstanding, the ‘Medellin’ leak turns out to be a blessing: Ari’s office has been flooded with calls looking to cash in on Vince’s sudden marketability. But, the agent promises Vince he’ll convince Dana Gordon, who’s back on top after Ari got her fired from Warner Bros., to attach Vince to a mountain-hiking story called ‘Lost in the Clouds.’ Also, Elvis Mitchell from Interview magazine is in town to meet Vince, E and Walsh about the genius behind ‘Medellin.’ The trio makes it through the meeting without a meltdown, but afterward, a shirtless Walsh (complete with a monstrous ‘Medellin’ tattoo on his back) chases E’s Aston-Martin down the street. Swearing he’ll never speak to the director again after the release of ‘Medellin,’ E takes a call from Ari who’s sold Dana on his dream team: "Who wants to climb Mount Annapurna," he asks. "Vinny stars, E produces, Walsh directs. Boom."
Posted on July 18, 2007, in Entourage and tagged Adrian Grenier, Ari Gold, Doug Ellin, Entourage, HBO, HBO ENTOURAGE, Jeremy Piven, Jerry Ferrara, Johnny Drama, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Mark Wahlberg, Sloan, Steven Levinson, Turtle, Vinnie Chase. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.