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The much mooted Entourage film is now a reality. The show's creator Doug Ellin tweeted a photo of main cast members Jeremy Piven, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Debbie Mazar with the caption, "January 16 start date. Getting pumped."
In September of 2011, the briefly enjoyable series end after an eight season run and while it's only two years ago that the show ended, Entourage's popularity plummeted after season 4. Does anyone truly care about this anymore, or is it simply looking to ride on the success of Jeremy Piven? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. »
- Gary Collinson
"January 16 start date. Getting pumped"
It was previously revealed that the story picks up six months after the end of the HBO series. As repetitive as the series was, I always enjoyed watching it, and it will be fun to see the the gang back together again. »
- Joey Paur
"January 16 start date. Getting pumped," he tweets along with the above picture.
In the photo, fans can view series stars Scott Caan, Jerry Ferrara, Debi Mazar, Ellin, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillion, Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven reunited again. Are you glad the gang's all back together? »
Although we previously knew that the Entourage movie was set to begin production this coming January, creator Doug Ellin confirmed the specific start date with a recent tweet. Looks like the gang will officially get back together for the feature treatment on January 16th. Ellin also tweeted a behind-the-scenes cast image with the news, but as he's been feeling a little nostalgic with his Entourage image tweets lately so it might have been from the end of season eight. Still nice to see everyone together. Hit the jump to check it out. Here's the Tweet from writer Doug Ellin, featuring Scott Caan, Jerry Ferrara, Debi Mazar, Doug Ellin, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven.: Doug Ellin @mrdougellin January 16 start date. Getting pumped http://instagram.com/p/g8l_7HNQHw/ »
- Dave Trumbore
The show’s creator, Doug Ellin, tweeted a photo of the eight cast members — including Jeremy Piven, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Debbie Mazar — with a caption saying, “January 16 start date. Getting pumped.”
January 16 start date. Getting pumped instagram.com/p/g8l_7HNQHw/—
Doug Ellin (@mrdougellin) November 20, 2013
The show ended its eight-season run in Sept. 2011. The series finale, watched by 2.6 million viewers, concluded with a cliffhanger to set up the movie.
Ellin is on board to direct the film. The movie was chosen by lottery in June as one of 31 productions eligible to receive California’s Film and Television Tax Credit, landing seventh on the list with $5.85 million — the highest allocation among the 14 features selected.
A spokeswoman for the California Film Commission, which administers the credit, said, “This project is still on the »
- Dave McNary
Entourage writer-director Doug Ellin revealed earlier today that production is slated to begin on the highly-anticipated movie January 16. The filmmaker also posted a photo with cast members Scott Caan, Jerry Ferrara, Debi Mazar, Ellin himself, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Adrian Grenier and Jeremy Piven.
January 16 start date. Getting pumped http://t.co/ATGIAE5h8Q
— Doug Ellin (@mrdougellin) November 20, 2013
Back in October, the filmmaker revealed that the long-awaited movie was finally given the green light by Warner Bros. Production was always expected to begin sometime in January, after Jeremy Piven wraps production on his U.K. TV series Mr. Selfridge.
The Entourage movie has a start date. Writer Doug Ellin tweeted Wednesday morning that the movie, based on the HBO series, would begin shooting January 16. But more importantly, he tweeted a photo of himself with the movie’s cast. That’s noteworthy since the hold-up for the movie has been a noisy conflict among the key principals regarding backend.
Jeremy Piven initially received a larger backend deal than the other actors -- Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon -- expected and who then wanted pay more comparable with Piven's.
- Borys Kit
Less than a month after announcing that the Entourage movie was a go, series creator Doug Ellin has taken to Instagram to post a picture of himself with the reunited cast and the simple description: "January 16 start date. Getting pumped" Ellin's popular "Entourage" show, executive produced by Mark Wahlberg, ran on HBO for eight seasons from 2004 to 2011 with talks of a movie sequel to the series in the air ever since. You can check out Ellin's picture below with (from left to right) Scott Caan, Jerry Ferrara ("Turtle"), Debi Mazar, Ellin, Kevin Connolly ("E"), Kevin Dillon ("Drama"), Adrian Grenier ("Vincent Chase") and Jeremy Piven ("Ari Gold"): (All we want to know is "Where's »
Fans of the HBO series Entourage got the news they were waiting for last month, when Warner Bros. finally gave the green light to the Entourage movie, with production starting in January. I caught up with series star Jerry Ferrara at the AFI Fest premiere of Lone Survivor last night, where he spoke about how far after the series finale the movie is set.
"I do worry about giving too much away, but just in sticking with the theme of what the show was, it was never like three years later. I don't think it will be a situation like that. I think it picks up not long after it was left off. I don't know what the time frame is, but it's not three years later."
Model and actress Kate Upton is being considered for the main female role in the Entourage movie that was confirmed last week. According to The Wrap, she is in early discussions to join Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara,and Jeremy Piven in the movie.
There's no solid information on who she will play in the film, but the report speculates that she could play the latest love interest of movie star Vincent Chase. It was previously revealed that the story picks up six months after the end of the HBO series. Production is set to begin early next year. »
- Joey Paur
We reported last week that the Entourage movie is finally starting to build up momentum. All the key male actors from the original television series have put pen to paper and signed their contracts for the film which is to be directed by creator Doug Ellin. The series ran for an impressive eight seasons and had one very famous fan in the shape of American President, Barack Obama.
For the uninitiated, Entourage followed fictitious actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) as he rose from nobody to superstar and dealt with the pitfalls of fame along the way. The brilliant thing about Entourage, other than it essentially being a Sex and the City for men, was all the amazing cameos that popped up. The series was pretty much a ‘who’s who’ of Hollywood, with stars such as show producer Mark Wahlberg, Jessica Alba, Malin Ackerman, Gary Busey, Val Kilmer, and the late Dennis Hopper making appearances. »
- Kat Smith
• Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Upton is reportedly being eyed for a lead role in the Entourage movie. Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, and Kevin Dillon are all set to reprise the roles they originated in the HBO series. Although the 21-year-old Upton is best known for her modeling work, she has appeared in a few films, including Tower Heist and The Three Stooges. Upton recently wrapped the adultery comedy The Other Woman (out April 25, 2014) with Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann. [The Wrap]
- Lindsey Bahr
Hot Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton is being eyed up for the leading female role in the Doug Ellin's upcoming "Entourage" movie. According to TheWrap, Kate Upton is in the driving seat for the key role in the Warner Brothers movie. She is currently in early discussions. The movie is a follow up to the hit HBO show "Entourage" which ran for 8 whole seasons between the years 2004 and 2011. Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven from the show, have already agreed roles in the motion picture release. TheWrap say that: "Details of Upton’s potential role are being kept under wraps, though she could be playing the latest love interest of movie star »
- Anthony Pearson
Will Kate Upton be hanging with Vinnie Chase and the boys? The 21-year-old blond bombshell is rumored to be in the running to play the female lead in the upcoming Entourage movie. Sources tell The Wrap that Upton has yet to receive an offer, but she is in early talks to join the cast for the film version that will reunite stars Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. No word on the part Upton would play exactly, though it's speculated that it could be Vinnie's love interest. Reps for Upton and Warner Bros. were unavailable for immediate comment. Upton made her acting debut in 2011's Tower Heist and the Sports Illustrated cover »
The 21-year-old American model is said to be in line to play the female lead in the film version of the HBO TV series, according to The Wrap.
Sources connected to the Warner Bros project have claimed that Upton has held early discussions to join the cast.
Upton would most likely play Vincent Chase's (Adrian Grenier) love interest in the film.
Entourage creator Ellin announced in October that the movie had been greenlit, shortly after reports of a conflict about cast salaries.
However, Ferrara recently insisted that the cast were not to blame for holding up the long-awaited movie.
Entourage originally aired for eight seasons between 2004 and 2011 on HBO, and earned 25 Primetime Emmy Award nominations. »
It may have taken a little longer to come together than we were hoping, but the Entourage movie is finally making headway, with the leading quintet recently reported as having all closed deals to return for the long-awaited feature film.
And whilst we can expect a slew of brilliant cameos – Entourage was nothing if not heaped with an amazing guest-starring cast – it looks like the project may have found someone to fill a new leading role.
The Wrap reports that model-turned-actress Kate Upton is in early talks to join the cast as the female lead, and though details on the role are being kept under wraps, it’s not too much of a stretch to speculate that she could well be the new love interest for our boy Vincent Chase.
- Kenji Lloyd
Now that the entire cast has finally completed their negotiations, Warner Bros is moving forward with the "Entourage" movie. The next order of business is finding the female lead. And according to The Wrap, actress/model Kate Upton (Tower Heist, The Three Stooges) is in talks to get the role. "Entourage," which will bring back Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, and Jeremy Piven, will take place six months after the end of the series, which lasted eight seasons. The new movie will be directed by Doug Ellin and will go into production early next year. »
After contract disputes with the lead actors delayed the Entourage movie significantly, Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, and Jeremy Piven have all apparently closed their deals and filming on the pic is slated to get underway early next year. Now Entourage creator Doug Ellin, who wrote and is directing the movie, has turned his attention to casting other roles, and it appears he’s settled on the idea of tapping model-turned-actress Kate Upton to play the film’s female lead, which is probably a model-turned-actress. Hit the jump for more. The Wrap reports that Upton is in early discussions to join the film, though a formal offer has yet to be extended. The Sports Illustrated model made her acting debut in 2011’s Tower Heist and appeared in last year’s The Three Stooges. She’ll next be seen opposite Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann in the upcoming comedy The Other Woman. »
- Adam Chitwood
Model-actress Kate Upton is circling the female lead in Warner Bros.' Entourage movie. An official offer hasn't been issued yet, but sources indicate that she is in early discussions to join the cast.
If a deal is finalized, she will play the love interest of Adrian Grenier's Vincent Chase, although it isn't known if she will be appearing as herself or a fictional character. During Entourage's seven-season run on HBO, several celebrities and filmmakers appeared as themselves such as James Cameron, Matt Damon, series executive producer Mark Wahlberg and many more.
We reported last month that Warner Bros. finally gave the long-awaited movie the green light, after lengthy negotiations with cast members Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven were finalized. Production is scheduled to begin this coming January in Los Angeles.
Doug Ellin is directing from his own original screenplay, although no story details have been given. »
With production slated to begin early next year, Doug Ellin's Entourage feature is finally becoming a reality. Now, TheWrap reports that actress/model Kate Upton is being eyed to play the film's female lead, a love interest for Adrian Grenier's Vincent Chase. The film is said to pick up the action six months after the end of the HBO series. As a series, "Entourage" ran for eight seasons on HBO between 2004 and 2011. Grenier will reprise his role alongside series stars Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven. Although her involvement is far from a sure thing at this stage, Upton has been steadily building a list of big screen credits. She's already appeared in both Brett Ratner's Tower Heist and Bobby and Peter Farrelly's The Three Stooges »
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