The gang is back together again, baby! This time the big screen will play home to HBO's Entourage and we have the details for you after the break.
Warner Bros. has given the green light on a movie adaptation of the popular HBO series that ran from 2004-2011. After being the subject of rumor for quite some time, Warner Bros. are negotiating deals with the main entourage to have them return for the big screen brouhaha. It is already expected that the show's co-stars, including Emmanuelle Chriqui, Scott Caan, Rhys Coiro, Rex Lee, Perry Reeves, Beverly D'Angelo and Alice Eve, are all expected to appear as well.
The film will be directed by series creator Doug Ellin, who wrote the screenplay and who executive produced the series with Mark Wahlberg (Broken City) and Stephen Levinson.
When the show ran its final episode in 2011, Chase (Adrian Grenier) was leaving L.A. on a private plane to Paris with his friends to marry a reporter from Vanity Fair. Ari (played Jeremy Piven) was offered the opportunity to run a studio on his own. It can be safely assumed that that ending was put in place to be the framework for Ellin's movie.
There's no start date for filming and no expected release date for Entourage, but this is great news for fans of the show!