Warner Bros. to Move Forward With an ENTOURAGE Movie
It has been a long time coming, but according to Deadline, it looks like the folks over at Warner Bros. are giving the green light to the film adaptation of the acclaimed HBO Series, Entourage. This news comes to the relief of many fans of the series, including myself, who thought they would never be able to see the comical quintuple on the big screen. There aren’t many details yet, but creator Doug Ellin and executive producer Mark Wahlberg have been teasing fans with the possibility of a feature film for a few years now, and it finally looks like it will become a reality. Hit the jump to read more.
The film will be directed by creator Doug Ellin and deals are starting to be drawn up for stars Adrian Grenier (Vinny Chase), Kevin Connolly (Eric Murphy), Kevin Dillon (Johnny “Drama” Chase), Jerry Ferrara (Turtle), and Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold). Ellin penned the script and explained that the film will pick up six months after the events of the series.
When the series ended, we were left with Ari being offered to be the head of a studio and Vince was off to get married. Virtually nothing is known about the content of Ellin’s screenplay, so keep your eye out for more details!