Vincent Chase is a young, hot, up-and-coming actor living in Hollywood. Tonight, he must attend the opening of his latest movie "Head On," but first he and his three best friends from back home (Queens, NY) have lunch and discuss their upcoming 10-year high school reunion. Vince is reluctant to go but his buddies urge him to go with them. At the post-premiere party, Vince's agent, Ari, hassles Eric about getting Vince to read the script for a possible new project. Over breakfast, Vince says he's not going to do "Matterhorn" on Eric's advice. The foursome goes to meet with the director where Vince impresses him so much that Ari calls later to tell him that they've offered $4 million for the part. While Turtle and Drama celebrate, Vince lets him know that Eric is not too enthused about the script. Later, Ari and Eric share a rather confrontational dinner while discussing the future of their star's career. After Vince decides to take Eric's advice not to do the movie, the boys leave for ...
Did You Know?
In the original draft of the script, Vince's publicist's name was not Shauna but Sarah Davis, and was described as: "Smartly dressed in a pant suit, Sarah embodies mature elegance. By comparison the guys seem like high-schoolers." See more
When Vince confronts Eric about threatening Ari, a cellphone on the top of a kitchen drawer jumps back and forth without Vince touching it. Eventually it disappears. See more
What do you want, a play by play?
Johnny "Drama" Chase
I fucked like a puma.
My girl went nuts, E. For a second, she's juggling the speed bags, then she tells me her uncle used to watch her shower.
Don't sweat it. I gave her a pair of Vince's jeans. She left thrilled.
References Heaven Can Wait
Rocky Mountain Way
Written by Joe Walsh
, Joe Vitale
, Rocke Grace
and Kenny Passarelli
Performed by Joe Walsh
Vince and the boys ride in a limo to the premiere of his new movie See more