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What does a screenwriter do once they’ve finished a script they’ve slaved over? Perhaps shout “Victory!”?
My work here is done. For real this time instagram.com/p/ZI2XIntQB-/
— Doug Ellin (@mrdougellin) May 10, 2013
And because he says “For real this time,” we believe it.
Constance Zimmer, who played Dana Gordon on the show, responded to Ellin’s tweet shortly after expressing her interest in getting started on the project:
Hopefully this means our work starts soon…“@mrdougellin: My work here is done. For real this time Instagram.com/p/ZI2XIntQB-/”
— Constance Zimmer (@oczimmer) May 10, 2013
It’s hard to believe, but it’s been almost two years since the show’s final episode. Ellin is hoping Entourage becomes »
- Sean Bell
These days, our knowledge of celebrities too often originates with paparazzi images and snarky quotes by anonymous "insiders." After a while, it's easy to forget that stars are real people. That's why HuffPost Celebrity decided to launch its all-new #nofilter quick-fire question-and-answer series. Because how well do you know someone until they've shared their guiltiest pleasures?
Get ready to see Adrian Grenier in the upcoming "Entourage" movie. The 36-year-old actor, who has stayed out of the spotlight since the show wrapped in 2011, is heading back to the big screen as he reprises his role of Vincent Chase alongside his former co-stars Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara.
Grenier briefly chatted with HuffPost Celebrity as he celebrated the U.S. launch of Magnum Gold?! Ice Cream during the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 18, where he revealed his biggest turn-on and turn-off.
What’s your guilty pleasure? »
- Leigh Blickley
The folks at FEARnet have some treats in store for viewers this May, when they premiere multiple films that haven’t been shown on networks before, including the bloody masterpiece, Battle Royale, completely uncut!! Read on!
FEARnet starts the summer off right, serving up a slew of premieres, stunts and marathons headlined by the World Television Premiere of Battle Royale, the way it was meant to be seen—completely unedited, in all its gory glory—on Saturday, May 18, at 10 p.m. Et/7 p.m. Pt.
Never before seen on television, the international blockbuster centers around the students of class 3-b, on their way to a field trip. After being gassed, they awaken to find themselves on a remote island where they are instructed to kill each other as part of a government law to deal with out of control students. And only one can survive. Banned in several countries for its violent content, »
To celebrate Friday’s Us release of Fede Alvarez’ Evil Dead, the remake of Sam Raimi’s notorious 1981 gore-filled effort, we’ve decided to put together a list of our top favourite horror remakes. We’ve included genre offerings that gave a refreshing spin to their respective source material, some going on to match, and even surpass the originals. Read on to see if any of your favourites made the list…
10. Willard (2003)
The excellent and underrated Crispin Glover puts his heart and (demented) soul into this fascinating take on 1971s Willard, to play the social outcast-turned-sociopathic title character. A film I first caught at an empty cinema in Mann’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, Willard tells the story of a young man with the capability to control an army of rats, after suffering years of mental abuse from his domineering mother and boss. Final Destination creator Glenn Morgan made his »
- Craig Hunter
Jeremy Piven is returning to TV, but as a different kind of power player than Entourage’s Ari Gold. On PBS’ drama Masterpiece: Mr. Selfridge (tonight, 9 p.m.), he stars as Harry Selfridge, the real-life American businessman who dreamed big enough to become a London department-store magnate. Take inventory of Piven’s answers below in EW’s Personality Quiz.
What’s the first place you head to when you walk into a department store?
First department you pass is cosmetics thanks to Harry Selfridge — but I go straight to casual men’s department. Rag & Bone, Jon Varvatos and Hugo Boss have great stuff. »
- Dan Snierson
The year was 1987. Kevin Dillon (better known as Johnny Drama from the HBO series "Entourage") was just a pup, and Squirm director Jeff Lieberman would pit him against an alien invasion. Any of this sound familiar? Well, if it doesn't, get ready to rediscover a long lost classic.
Lieberman dropped us a line to let us know that he has personally produced a 25th Anniversary Edition of his Eighties favorite Remote Control, and even cooler? You can order the movie here - Right Now!
Video store employees Cosmo Diclemente and Georgie go to one customer’s house to drop a video off, only to see the girl’s boyfriend strangling her. They discover that videos of the 1950s science-fiction film ‘Remote Control’ contain subliminal mind-control messages that turn all who view the film into mindless killers. As they investigate further, »
- Uncle Creepy
There’s good and bad news for everyone who has been waiting for the 1988 remake of The Blob to make its way to Blu-ray. The good news is that it is coming soon. The bad news is it's coming by way of Twilight Time, which means you’ll have to act fast or miss out.
I hate having to say Twilight Time releasing a movie many have been clamoring for on Blu-ray is a bad thing, but with their business model you’re guaranteed a few things:
- It’ll retail for about $30.
- It’ll be limited to only 3,000 copies.
- It’ll probably sell out very quickly.
- Copies on eBay will then sell for big bucks.
- The disc could very well be bare bones.
- If you hesitate, there’s no telling if or when it will ever get another Blu-ray release.
So that’s the bad news. »
The 41-year-old has served as executive producer on the HBO TV show, about a young actor and his friends living the high life in Hollywood.
He has now confirmed he will appear in the film version of the show, which is due for release next year, reports contactmusic.com.
''Vince (Adrien) is an actor, so there's definitely. »
- Diksha Singh
Some details for the Entourage movie have been revealed by Mark Wahlberg. The 'Ted' actor - who served as executive producer on the HBO TV show about a young actor and his friends living the high life in Hollywood - has confirmed he will appear in the film version which is due for release next year. Mark also made cameos in the TV show, which ran for eight seasons between 2004 and 2011, and starred Adrien Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. Quizzed about the film's plot, the star said: ''Vince is an actor, so there's definitely a movie in there. ''Johnny Drama will be trying to get a job, not much has changed but we do want to get back to the guys being together again. ''They were all involved in very heavy relationships with strong female characters and we want to see the guys being the guys again. »
The Broken City star, who produced and appeared as himself in guest spots on the HBO series, told Digital Spy that he will make an appearance in the upcoming Warner Bros feature film.
Asked if the Doug Ellin-penned big-screen spinoff will centre around "fake movies" like Aquaman and Queens Boulevard, Wahlberg said: "Vince is an actor, so there's definitely a movie in there.
"Johnny Drama will be trying to get a job, not much has changed but we do want to get back to the guys being together again.
"They were all involved in very heavy relationships with strong female characters and we want to see the guys being the guys again."
The actor also said that Jeremy Piven's Hollywood super-agent Ari Gold would be "crazier than ever" in the movie.
Wahlberg, who exec produced the popular show which ran for seven series as well as making the odd cameo appearance, added that he's open to the idea of making a second film "and hoping we don't screw it up like 'Sex and the City 2'".
A cameo for Wahlberg?
The hit show starred Adrian Grenier as rising actor Vincent Chase, who collected his childhood friends around him in La on a semi-employed basis - his manager E (Kevin Connolly), his driver Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), his 'chef' and brother Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon). Together, they took on the challenges and delights of Hollywood life, »
- The Huffington Post UK
Doug Ellin's long-rumoured movie is in line for low-expectation, plot-light success – but one foot wrong and we could have another Satc 2 on our hands
They said it'd never happen – partly because it was a bad idea and partly because the cast, crew and audience were visibly bored during its last few years – but Entourage is finally coming to the big screen. Almost 18 months since its final episode limped out to a deafening lack of interest, it has been announced that Warner Bros has greenlit the long-rumoured Entourage movie. Creator Doug Ellin has written the script and will direct the film in the coming months, ahead of what's likely to be a summer 2014 release.
It'll be so nice to see all our favourite characters back together. Vince, Drama, Ari, Ari's screeching bundle of offensive stereotypes, the one who looks like Super Mario, the Michael J Fox one, the women who existed only to be shrewish, »
- Stuart Heritage
This week’s news that Warner Bros. have given the green light to the Entourage movie is one of the best pieces of news I’ve heard in a long time.
When the news first surfaced, there was no mention of a possible schedule for when things might be happening.
But now MTV have been speaking to Mark Wahlberg, and he’s given us a few more details, with some awesome potential dates.
“Well, hopefully [we'll shoot in] spring. Spring or summer. May, June, depending on scheduling. But hopefully as soon as possible. »
- Kenji Lloyd
Yes it's finally happening, an "Entourage" movie is in the works! This is a pet project of Warner Bros. that is based on the hit HBO series featuring Adrian Grenier (Vincent "Vinnie" Chase), Kevin Connolly (Eric .E. Murphy), Kevin Dillon (Johnny Drama), Jerry Ferrara (Turtle), and Jeremy Piven (Vinnie's super-agent Ari Gold).
The show's creator, Doug Ellin, has written the script and will direct. This one will be a sequel to the series and will happen six months after the finale and will concentrate on Ari's next move.
There's no shooting date scheduled yet, because first, Warner must make sweet deals with the show's stars.
This whole HBO series-to-film translation is very similar to a previous HBO series-to-film translation -- "Sex and the City!" »
For fans of the hugely popular TV Show Entourage, rumours about their favourite fictional characters Vince, Johnny, Eric, Turtle and Ari Gold heading to the big screen have been circling for years now. However, according to Deadline, the script for a feature film version has now been given the official green light from Warner Bros. and the series is set to live on with a film adaptation.
Series creator Doug Ellin (Grudge Match) will direct the big screen version of the show, which focused on the exploits of the up and coming film star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), his agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven), his under-appreciated TV actor brother Johnny “Drama” Chase (Kevin Dillon) and his childhood friend Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), who all form his inner circle.
HBO have a history of transferring hit TV shows to the big screen, with Sex and the City making the transition to a successful feature film, »
Vinnie Chase to star in "Aquaman 2"? It's possible - because HBO's "Entourage" is headed to the big screen.
According to Deadline, Adrian Grenier will return as Vincent Chase, Kevin Connolly is back as Eric "E" Murphy, Kevin Dillon will reprise Johnny Drama, Jerry Ferrara returns as Turtle, and Jeremy Piven will play uber talent agent Ari Gold for the big screen project.
No word on whether Lloyd (Rex Lee), Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui), Scott (Scott Caan), Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro) and Ari's agency partner Barbara Miller (Beverly D'Angelo) will return, but Deadline believes they (along with slew of ...
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This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
The boys of summer will be back! After an eight-season run and years of speculation, Warner Bros. has finally green-lit a movie version of HBO's "Entourage," written and directed by Doug Ellin, who executive produced the series alongside Mark Wahlberg.
Running from 2004-2011, "Entourage" chronicled the exploits of rising star Vincent Chase (Adrien Grenier) and the childhood friends who rode his coattails to moderate success. The finale saw Vince flying off to Paris to marry Vanity Fair writer Sophia (Alice Eve), Ari (Jeremy Piven) quitting the agency to save his marriage, and Eric (Kevin Connolly) reconciling with lady love (and baby mama) Sloan (Emmanuelle Chriqui).
While Deadline reports that deals are currently being made to bring back Grenier, Connolly, Piven, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara, we're hoping producers put in calls to a few other familiar faces, namely, the celebrities whose cameos lent an air of authenticity to the lavish lifestyles portrayed week after week. »
- Amy Wilkinson
It’s a great week for Entourage fans everywhere. From 2004 to 2011, the brilliant TV show was a perfect example of the increasingly exceptional programming on television, particularly from HBO.
When the final season concluded last year, it gave us all hope that more would be coming, and creator Doug Ellin has spoken over the last two years about his intentions to make a movie following on from where things left off.
Thankfully, it looks like we won’t have quite as long a wait as we’ve had for Arrested Development (which we can’t wait to see return with Season 4 this spring on Netflix). Deadline are reporting that Warner Bros. have officially given the green light to the movie!
And I couldn’t be happier.
- Kenji Lloyd
1.) Dimension announced Eva Green (Casino Royale, Dark Shadows) and Julia Garner (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) have joined the cast of Robert Rodriguez's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For with Green set to play the titular "Dame", a role long thought to potentially go to Angelina Jolie. This dame's name is Ava Lord, described in the press release as every man's most glorious dreams come true as well as every man's darkest nightmares. Garner will play a young stripper opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt who plays Johnny, a cocky gambler on a mission to destroy the biggest villain in Sin City at his own game. Filming is currently underway for an October 4 release. 2.) Gore Verbinski (Rango, The Lone Ranger) is set to direct a film adaptation of Guy Delisle's graphic novel "Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea" at New Regency with Steve Conrad (The Pursuit of Happyness) writing the screenplay. »
- Brad Brevet
Entourage: After running for eight seasons on HBO between 2004 and 2011, Entourage will be transitioning to the big screen. The series, loosely inspired by Mark Wahlberg’s early experiences in Hollywood, related the misadventures of a group of friends from Queens who go to Hollywood when one of their number becomes a star. Series creator Doug Ellin has written a script and will direct. Deals are expected to bring back original stars Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. [Deadline] The Man from Primrose Lane: Bradley Cooper will play a true-crime writer investigating a mysterious murder in The Man from Primrose Lane, based on a novel by James Renner. The story requires that the writer “look outside the parameters of what he...
- Peter Martin
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