ENTOURAGE Movie Is Unofficially Moving Forward as Deals Close for Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Connolly

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Less than a week ago, we brought you news on the progress of writer-director Doug Ellin’s Entourage movie from star Jerry Ferrara himself.  Now, it looks as if deals have closed for Ferrara, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, and Kevin Connolly, so the feature should be moving forward shortly.  Producers Mark Wahlberg and Steve Levinson helped close the deal with Warner Bros. this past weekend.  Jeremy Piven had previously closed a deal to reprise his role, but the details of that agreement spurred the rest of the cast to seek similar deals.  The studio has reportedly set a firm budget cap at $30 million and plans to start production this January. (Via Deadline)




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  • Farrell

    And the lesson is, if you want a film to get unstuck, talk shit to TMZ.

  • Farrell

    And the lesson is, if you want a film to get unstuck, talk shit to TMZ.

  • Brandon

    I’m not at all trying to be snarky or condescending, but I’m a little surprised this is still trying to be developed. I don’t know anyone who personally watches the series, and it just doesn’t seem that appealing from an outside perspective looking in. I understand it has a fan base and garnered decent reviews as a series, but outside of that loyal fan base, I just don’t see high audience demand for this in 90-120 minute form. Is it really that good? And can you still make it viable in movie format? I just don’t see a big box office return for all the time this project has been talked about all these past few years.

  • Brandon

    I’m not at all trying to be snarky or condescending, but I’m a little surprised this is still trying to be developed. I don’t know anyone who personally watches the series, and it just doesn’t seem that appealing from an outside perspective looking in. I understand it has a fan base and garnered decent reviews as a series, but outside of that loyal fan base, I just don’t see high audience demand for this in 90-120 minute form. Is it really that good? And can you still make it viable in movie format? I just don’t see a big box office return for all the time this project has been talked about all these past few years.

    • Sweet Pea

      Why don’t you answer your own questions and try watching a few, they’re only about 20mins long without ads. Seasons 1-3 are some of my favourite ever TV, they do slope downhill from there a little tbh. What you’ve said is fair enough re not knowing people who watch it, but I personally know a ton of people who watch it and are looking forward to the movie; myself obviously included!

      • T

        Thank you- Could not have put it better my self!

        Its a shame the show sucked ass the last 2 (or more) seasons….

      • Person

        Nah, just that last season was terrible. Up until that I thought it stayed pretty consistently awesome except for a couple of things here and there (that little girl E was with for a bit, the overprotective one…. yikes).

        I really just need this movie to make up for how dumb the final season was, but I’m not really expecting anything great in terms of quality. I just kinda wanna see the boys back together for a couple hours, as long as it’s not terrible I’ll be pretty satisfied.

      • Liderc

        They didn’t have ads… it was on HBO.

      • Sweet Pea

        Dont any HBO shows have ads in the middle? Im in the UK so have only ever watched them downloaded or on DVD..

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