“Dream large. Live larger.” That mantra described the life philosophy of the men of HBO’s “Entourage” throughout the show’s eight-year run and now it is the tag line of the upcoming “Entourage” movie’s new poster. The poster was revealed online Monday – and tweeted out by much of the cast – in anticipation of a new trailer – due out Tuesday – as the highly anticipated June 5 premiere gets closer.

The poster does not give away plot details. It simply shows the whole gang – Vince (Adrian Grenier), Eric (Kevin Connolly), Ari (Jeremy Piven), Drama (Kevin Dillon) and Turtle (Jerry Ferrara) – strutting away from a private jet and a luxury car. The message, hammered home by the aforementioned tag line, seems clear – the gang will have their eyes set on even bigger dreams.

See the poster, as tweeted by Ferrara, below:



For Vince, part of that dream seems to be taking over behind the camera. The first trailer for “Entourage” began with a fake trailer for a new movie directed by the star actor. There are a few roadblocks, though. Ari, who seems to have accepted that studio head gig after the series finale, is mad at Vince for going over budget and mad in general. He's apparently off his anger meds and lashing out again, even in therapy!  The rest of the cast will be back, too, with Drama eyeing a part in his brother Vince’s movie, Eric returning as the ever-loyal agent and Turtle being, well, Turtle.

Watch the trailer for “Entourage” below:

Fans will get another sneak peek at the movie Tuesday when the second trailer drops online. The “Entourage” movie will premiere in theaters on June 5.