Ready to Go: 'Entourage' Cast Finally Closes Deals for Feature Film
by Ethan Anderton
October 28, 2013
Just last month we learned that despite a greenlight from Warner Bros., negotiations with some of the cast members from the HBO series Entourage were holding up the feature film continuation of the show business saga. At the time, Jeremy Piven had already closed his deal, and Kevin Connolly had also signed for his role, but Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara were holding out. Over the past week, rumblings had said that Piven was being given some of the backend of the film's grosses along with his payday, and the rest of the cast wanted in on that deal. Now it appears that everyone has come to an agreement as series creator and the film's writer Doug Ellin wrote on Twitter, "It's a go. Love you all."
We're not sure where Kevin Dillon stood with this extended negotiation, but now it appears there won't be much holding production back, which is hoped to begin early next year. Of course, a director still needs to be found for the film and there's probably some other stuff that needs to get done before this is all official, but this is good news for anyone still waiting for this film. Last we heard, the film was going to focus on Ari running his new studio, and one of his big projects involves casting Vincent Chase (Grenier) in a $250 million adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. So we'll see how this all plays out. Anyone care?
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
I really like the show but I don't know how they can make it anything but simply a longer version of the show
Jon Odishaw on Oct 28, 2013
Even if it's just a longer version of the show BABY I'M GAME !!!
Michael Boamah on Oct 29, 2013
Let's hug it out bitch.
Xerxexx on Oct 28, 2013
It is not obvious fake. I heard an article that is not clear about this. It really makes me dizzy when information sources are not reliable starting
ebog on Oct 29, 2013
Chiroptera Exsanguination on Oct 29, 2013
OMG!.....................................who cares?!?! lol
Such heroic nonsense on Oct 29, 2013
obivously you do or you wouldnt be commenting. I realize this post was awhile ago lol
Matthew Ryan Kyle on May 11, 2014
dear god, why?
Dresden on Oct 29, 2013
All I can hope is that it'll be good. Not just a mere extension of the mediocre to bad last couple of seasons.
Neuromancer on Oct 29, 2013
Too little too late.
DAVIDPD on Oct 29, 2013
cobrazombie on Oct 30, 2013
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