Ronda Rousey and Jerry Ferrara’s Turtle "square off" in the film, but he's just a tad overmatched against the UFC star.
Russell Wilson and Ari Gold
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was spotted on set with Jeremy Piven’s Ari Gold, so look for the Super Bowl champ to show up in some capacity (and maybe argue with Ari? We can only hope).
Tom Brady plays a round with the group
One of the most celebrated cameos on the TV show was New England Patriots QB Tom Brady’s visit in 2009 – well before all this Deflategate stuff. In the episode, Vinnie Chase (Adrian Grenier) and Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) take on Brady and Mark Wahlberg (playing himself) in a charity golf tournament.
Edelman, Gronk play a part
Considering Wahlberg’s Boston background, is it any surprise more Patriots are in the movie? Julian Edelman and Rob Gronkowski both made it into the trailer, so look for them to have some fun as well.
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A hot spot for Kings
The Los Angeles Kings, winners of the 2014 Stanley Cup title, will appear as well. Mike Richards, pictured above with Drew Doughty, Trevor Lewis, Jarret Stoll and Jeff Carter will all get some screen time.
Lamar Odom pops in
The former NBA star/ex-husband to Khloe Kardashian made a cameo in the TV series' second season while he was on the Lakers.
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Phil Mickelson gets too involved
Called upon to team up with Alan Gray, the show’s president of Warner Brothers, golf great Phil Mickelson becomes embroiled in a battle on the links between Gray and Ari Gold over some behind-the-scenes decisions regarding Chase.
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Steve Nash makes a special guest appearance
Prior to his ill-fated tenure with the Lakers, Steve Nash popped up as himself in an episode from 2006.
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LeBron's a dual threat
LeBron appeared in the Season 6 finale and has his own real-life entourage, making him a true double-threat regarding this list. What’s more, just as Chase’s on-screen crew sometimes makes things difficult for others, so too does LeBron’s, according to the words of a Nike designer back in 2011.
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Adrian Peterson has something to sell
Before getting into legal trouble with his various off-field issues, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson appeared in a Season 7 episode in which he was trying to sell a dinosaur skull in an auction.
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Spotlight's on 'Lights Out'
Back when linebacker Shawne Merriman was making a name for himself with the San Diego Chargers, he attended an Ari Gold meeting (discussing a potential Los Angeles NFL team) and quipped: “Hey, I’m a free agent this year. Thought I’d sit in.”
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'Money' Mayweather has his touring troup
It’s hardly surprising that Mayweather, the current king of the boxing world, travels with an entourage. He did just that when he showed up courtside at Game 5 between the Golden State Warriors’ wins over the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this postseason.
John Wall's entourage finds trouble
Washington Wizards star John Wall also travels with his own crew, and a member of that entourage recently got Wall in some trouble after allegedly threatening another passenger on a plane headed to Washington from Las Vegas.
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Mike Tyson in business
Boxing icon/larger-than-life personality/polarizing figure Mike Tyson is another double threat, having appeared on Entourage (in Season 7) and, back in the day, traveling around with his own group of supporters. What’s more, Tyson even went into business with Entourage creator Doug Ellin in 2011.
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Muhammad Ali: 'The Greatest' entourage of all-time?
‘The Greatest’ had his own group of supporters and well-wishers, which was the focus of a revealing piece from SI a few years back.
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Jerry Jones meets Ari Gold
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones held a meeting with Ari Gold in an episode from Season 7, in which they discussed – of course – NFL rule changes. How did Jones wind up on the program? The Cowboys PR director, Rich Dalrymple, set it up, as Entourage was his favorite show.
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New York, New York
Amar’e Stoudemire and former NFL star Michael Strahan were both in the penultimate episode of Entourage, and they’re also among those to appear in the film as well.
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Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira: Second to none
Also appearing in the second-to-last episode of the series (titled, appropriately enough, ‘Second to Last’), the New York Yankees sluggers were involved … and turned in spirited (if stiff) scenes talking about money.
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Big business with Mariano Rivera
The legendary New York Yankees closer is due for a scene in the movie after he got in real-life business with Entourage stars Kevin Connolly and Kevin Dillon (though their NYC eatery failed).
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David Diehl makes Turtle's day
Former New York Giant (and two-time Super Bowl winner) David Diehl, a current NFL analyst for FOX Sports, turns up in the movie, which had to be fun for Jerry Ferrara, a noted Giants fan.
Kevin Durant adds to acting resume
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder will also turn up in the Entourage film, and here’s hoping he’ll do more than offer a few sentences of ‘athlete-in-a-movie’ material ... after all, we already know he’s pretty capable of being funny in an acting role.
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'The Answer' is
The former flashy NBA star, according to some, traveled with a crew “sometimes numbering more than 50 people,” which is a good way to elevate your public profile.
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An encore for Mark Cuban
Not only is outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban a two-time star on the show, but he’ll also reprise his role (as himself, of course) in the movie.
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Baron Davis plays 'the spoiler'
Former NBA star Baron Davis also shows up in the upcoming movie, and he let the cat out of the bag himself by releasing a clip previewing his scene.
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Packers are in perfect pitch
This one’s another cinematic entourage, but with a slightly different tone: those who see 'Pitch Perfect 2' are treated to a fun cameo from a quintet of current Green Bay Packers, moonlighting as an a capella group for an underground competition. In the scene, Clay Matthews, David Bakhtiari, Don Barclay and Josh Sitton have the kind of goofy fun that you’d imagine the locker room will talk about for much of next season.