HBO “Entourage” star and director of “Teenage Paparazzo” Adrian Grenier hosted a screening of his new HBO documentary at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas and celebrated the upcoming premiere of Entourage’s final season at Paris Las Vegas Friday night. Also at Chateau enjoying a night out in Sin City was Amar’e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks.
Dressed in a turquoise and white button-up shirt with blue jeans, Grenier closed the documentary with a Q&A for the audience. The actor graciously answered every question and posed for photos with fans. He also had the audience snap their own photographs and asked them to email them to be posted on the “Teenage Paparazzo Experience” Web site. http://www.teenagepaparazzo.com. Grenier was overheard saying he was excited about the final season and was looking forward to a weekend in Las Vegas. He also said that while everyone else watched the premiere, he was going to watch every season from start to finish.
Grenier later walked the red carpet posing for photos with the executive producers of the film John Loar and Matthew Cooke before heading back into Chateau Nightclub to celebrate the night.
Once inside the lavish nightclub, Grenier and a group of friends from “Teenage Paparazzo Experience” settled into their exclusive VIP booth. The group drank vodka cocktails and kept the party going all night long.
Also in the VIP section was NBA All-Star power forward Amar’e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks. The former high school lottery pick looked sharp in a black suit and kicked back with friends in the packed nightclub. His entourage sipped on Champagne and danced until the early morning hours.
The lavish nightclub also played host to other professional athletes Friday night including NBA star Drew Gooden of the Milwaukee Bucks, as well as NFL stars Brandon Jacobs of the New York Giants and James Butler of the New Orleans Saints.
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