Newsmakers: Adrian Grenier, Cate Blanchett

By Chebatoris, Jac; Setoodeh, Ramin | Newsweek, June 5, 2006 | Go to article overview

Newsmakers: Adrian Grenier, Cate Blanchett


Chebatoris, Jac, Setoodeh, Ramin, Newsweek


Byline: Jac Chebatoris, Ramin Setoodeh

He's returning for a third season of "Entourage" and will appear in "The Devil Wears Prada." Grenier spoke to Ramin Setoodeh.

What's that beeping sound?

Adrian Grenier: I'm getting out of my car. I'm packing to move to another location in L.A. I have a lot of stuff--couches, TV, papers.

What's wrong with your old place?

I'm moving in with a buddy of mine. My friend and I both want to play music but we didn't have any place to play.

Aren't you in a band?

Yes, the Honey Brothers. It's been difficult since I started the show. We're kind of on a virtual hiatus.

How are you like Vince on "Entourage"?

Vince is famous. He's an A-list celebrity. I'm a B-list celebrity.

Do you want Vince to hook up with Mandy Moore again?

My advice to Vince would be, like, "Look, it's over. You can try again, but once you get rejected, it's over."

Do people hook up with each other that much in Hollywood?

People are hooking up everywhere. I've never put too much importance on my love life. I like to stay focused on work and have fun. So I take it that you're single?

It's hard to date. It's hard to get along with people. It's hard to be in any relationship, friendship or otherwise.

You directed a short film shown at the Tribeca Film Festival. …

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