After several false starts and other Hollywood-ish obstacles, Warner Bros. has finally given the green light to a big-screen adaptation of the HBO comedy series, "Entourage," according to Deadline.
"Entourage" followed the acting career of hot young movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) as he navigated the wild world of Hollywood with his childhood friends from Queens, New York. The show ran for eight seasons from July 18, 2004 through Sept. 11, 2011. Get More »
For more than a year, fans of the HBO series "Entourage" have been waiting for some sign that they would once again get a chance to hang out with Vince, Drama, Turtle and E after the show came to an end last fall following a wildly successful about eight-season run. Sure, everyone involved claimed there would be a feature film, but if there's one thing fans learned from watching "Entourage," it's that Hollywood types lie all the time.
Well, now you can rest easy, because, according to Deadline, the "Entourage" movie is moving forward — and creator Doug Ellin has the completed script to prove it. Get More »
Fans of "Entourage," HBO's long-running treatise on the dangers of fame, can rest easy today, because although the series is getting ready to enter its eighth and final season, the whole gang will son be heading to their inevitable destination: the big screen.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, show creator Doug Ellin is moving full speed ahead on plans to turn "Entourage" into a movie in what is no doubt one of the most convoluted examples of life imitating art imitating... art? Get More »