It was a veritable Woodstock for agents when the third season of “Entourage” preemed Tuesday at the Cinerama Dome.
Legions of dark-suited thirtysomething agents (described by one woman as “thin, sharply dressed and a little too watchful”) were among the 1,000 guests who saw two episodes of the show HBO topper Chris Albrecht called “as real as if it was a documentary shot in the halls of CAA.”
As for how he contrives the show’s reality, creator Doug Ellin said he’s “been around for 17 years. I’m an observational guy and I spent a lot of time not working.”
After-party was at the new Social Hollywood club, where the two-floor venue was given over to a scene worthy of the “Entourage” entourage, with belly dancers, “drag queen bingo,” roller derby and non-stripper erotic burlesque.