The ‘Entourage’ trailer is here and it’s exactly what you’d expect from the cinematic continuation of the popular but divisive HBO show. With the series finale currently four years in the past, this offers fans their first look at Vince, Johnny, Turtle, Ari and the rest of the cast in quite some time. Have the past few years treated them well? You’ll have to check out the trailer for yourself.
Though the film struggled to get the cast signed on, it looks like the 'Entourage' movie is heading forward with everyone in tow, and now the film is looking to cast its leading lady. Word is that model/actress Kate Upton is up for the part.
If you were beginning to feel as if the 'Entourage' movie would never happen, here's some uplifting news. After what seemed like an eternity of alleged money disputes amongst the cast, the film version is now officially good to go through Warner Bros. and HBO, as announced by the cast and crew.
An 'Entourage' movie was announced back in January, which would reunite the stars of the hit HBO series on the big screen, but has not since shown much development. Now the film is delayed due to some monetary disagreements between the cast and the producers.
After a eight season run on HBO, 'Entourage' is coming back... but this time on the big screen. We knew there was a finished script, but today Warner Brothers has given the project the green light.
Well, that didn't take very long, did it? While a few weeks ago most concerned themselves with petty matters like the Presidential election, the real story came out of Colorado and Washington, where a measure passed legalizing the sale of marijuana! While perhaps symptom of a delayed reaction (hint hint), it seems Hollywood has responded in kind by developing a FOX sitcom based on the legalizing movement! From the producers of 'Entourage' no less, could 'The Happy Tree' push the movement even further?
What if James Cameron made 'Jurassic Park'? What if 'The Brave Little Toaster' were getting a live-action update? What if there was an 'Entourage' movie? And what if Guillermo del Toro's 'Pacific Rim' were in 3D? The answers to these nutty questions in this week's Dose of Ridiculous!
Everyone knows that when a TV series ends, rumors will fly of a potential big-screen adaptation, regardless of any probability of it actually happening. HBO's long-running, Mark Wahlberg-produced celebrity drama 'Entourage' seemed particularity apt for the transition, given the nature of the series itself, but could it ever really come to fruition? Get ready folks, because whether or not you wanted it, 'Entourage' just moved one step closer to the big screen...
Forget "Obamacare." It's not his controversial healthcare agenda but Barack Obama's support of the 'Entourage' movie that Americans will associate the 44th President of the United States with. According to the (too?) long-running HBO series, Adrian Grenier, the Prez has agreed to appear in the upcoming film.