Entourage's sixth season will have a number of special guests including Tom Brady, Mark Wahlberg, Ed Burns, Zac Efron, Jay Leno and Matt Damon. It will also chart the changes in the group dynamic.
"Vince is starting to see his buddies grow up a little bit and move out the house so it's a whole new chapter for Vince," said Grenier. There is a scene when Vince comes home and no one is in the house. "It's a very poignant moment for not only Vince but it says a lot about the pitfalls of celebrity when you know you have a lot of fun, a lot of women and you know eventually you're going to find yourself alone. So I feel that Vince actually had a taste of what it's like to be on his own truly on his own. This is one moment where I really felt for Vince," said Grenier reflecting on his own life.
"I don't like being alone. I don't. You know when I was a baby, and I'm an only child, my mom said I wouldn't go to sleep until she put me in the stroller and walked me down Amsterdam Avenue (in Manhattan) with all the noise and all the people walking around and then I would fall asleep," he added.
Connolly, on the other hand, relishes his privacy. "I prefer to be alone. I certainly live alone, I eat the majority of my meals alone," he said emphatically. Connolly's love of solitude stems from the lack of it growing up; he and his brother shared a bedroom at their family house in Long Island until Connolly moved to California.
A love of music also unites these two co-stars. Grenier in 2002 joined The Honey Brothers. "They needed a drummer and I was filling in and I never left the band," he said with a smile. Connolly, who owns a bar at his home town in Long Island, wants the Honey Brothers to perform there but "can't quite meet their quote" and is humorously weighing offering his services pro bono to direct their music video as quid pro quo. Channeling a little of E's cautious managerial skills, Connolly grinned at Grenier and said, "I'm not ready to close the deal yet."