Newsmakers: Adrian Grenier, Cate Blanchett

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

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.

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

It's a coming-of-age dark comedy about two girls who cross roads with a family friend and have a terrible accident.

I'm too close to it. Plus, I don't know how the other guys would feel about me telling them what to do.

The very ladylike Cate Blanchett will glam way down for her next role as ... Bob Dylan, in the Todd Haynes film "I'm Not There." Six actors will portray him in various stages of his life; Blanchett plays the young, pre-motorcycle-accident Bob. Great Cate's already pulled off Queen Elizabeth I and Katharine Hepburn, so she knows what becomes a legend most. We still think she's got a lot of nerve.

Jac Chebatoris

They're all over now, thank goodness. Some ideas for building a better send-off.

'AMERICAN IDOL': Announce the winner in the first five minutes. Let Prince perform the rest of the show.

'DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES': Another guy goes down. Next time, kill a housewife--like whiny Susan.

'24': OK, this finale rocked. Jack defeats the evil prez, but the Chinese are back!

'LOST': Desmond's girlfriend, Michael's escape, the magnet. We're still lost.

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