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Now she returns to the big screen in "Entourage," the movie, in a "big" way -- she's expecting! It was so wonderful to be back with the boys and to resume our characters," Chriqui told Latin Post in an exclusive interview in Los Angeles. I was like 'oh my God, I am going to be eight months pregnant for the majority of this movie," she added."But it was really nice and it was actually really great to come back in such a meaningful way and to come back in such a different way than what the fans would probably..." Where does she foresee Sloan's relationship with E going?Chriqui says that "E and Sloan are two people who are soulfully connected," and have unconditional love for each other, despite everything that has happened, which makes their relationship "both special and frustrating for her." "I mean I can only hope that they would actually end up together, but ya know, who's to know really, she said. Sometimes, I'm guilty of eating chocolate chip cookies for dinner. My boyfriend and I live in different cities [he's in New York] and it's no fun to cook for just yourself. I can't get one of those little dogs--I need a big dog in my life. I also believe that some people dabble in black magic, and that really scares the hell out of me.
They've just been through so much together, good and bad, and they're trying to see if they can recover from the damage that he has done in the last six months." "She's about to pop," added Chriqui. But they're not together right now, so it's hard on them both.
In the film, "E" is juggling his feelings for Sloan along with those for his new girlfriend, who isn't thrilled with the situation.
"There's some work to be done in Eric and Sloan's relationship, and that plays itself out in the movie," Connolly said in an earlier interview.
Through this comedy, you get to see our similarities as well as our differences--but how we can live together, too. Do you think it's unfair that celebrities often get criticized by the press when they get political? It's one of those situations where you get criticized if you're not involved and then get criticized if you are. Sometimes I think, "If only I were blonde," and then I smack myself and snap out of it.
We're actors showing how the world should be, but it's still real. The part on Entourage was originally for someone WASPy, but I looked good with Kevin [Connolly], because he's so white and blonde. They were very protective, and it was fun to be the only girl because I didn't have to assert my femininity. Did your boyfriend ever bristle at your working with only men? We've been together for five years, and it's something you discuss in the beginning. But he's an architect and he's very secure and successful in his own life.