Heavy.com teamed up with production company Blue Cow Creative to release Tiny Entourage, a TV spoof featuring popular scenes from the hit HBO show Entourage reenacted word for word by little, tiny people. The similarities are eerie–the opening sequence (featuring a Mini convertible with butterfly doors) Vince’s hair, Turtle’s outfits, Ari’s swarminess–are hilarious when scaled. The cast are no small names in Hollywood–Pancho Moler (Turtle), Mark Munoz (Eric), Joseph Griffo (Ari), Joe Childs (Drama), and Leif Manson (Vince) all have strong credits in TV and film as Tinywood staples.
Tiny Entourage is the third program in a series of popular TV spoofs created by Nick Fortunato. The show follows in the footsteps of Over the Hills, the hit parody of MTV’s The Hills in which Heidi, Lauren and Spencer are played by geriatrics, and Flex and the City, the popular spoof of HBO’s Sex and the City in which the roles of Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha are played by female bodybuilders.
The attention to detail is what makes the series so loveable–the sets, costumes, and, well, the hair are spot on. And just before the joke gets old, the series cuts itself short: there are only three episodes, “Hot Tub Cougar Action,” “Roof Top Golf” and “Hug It Out B***h.” Right now, there are no plans to create any more episodes. The series was underwritten by Sparks, an orange-flavored malt beverage, which is prominently featured throughout each episode.
We’re looking forward to what Fortunato pulls out of his hat for his next spoof. Gossip “Girl” played by trannies?