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This Just In: Warner Bros. Green Lights ENTOURAGE Movie

by Jef Dinsmore
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HBOWatch reported way back on 09.23.12 that ENTOURAGE was shaping up as a movie.  As stated, creator Doug Ellin was well on his way to completing aEntourage_Warner screenplay. At that time there was even rumor that production could be underway by now. Well, that is all well and good but, unless a movie is a pure independent film, it doesn’t go far without a studio behind it.

Finally, just yesterday, Warner Bros., having read Ellin’s completed screenplay I presume, committed to an ENTOURAGE movie. That means the continued Hollywood exploits of Vincent Chase, his brother, his manager and his driver or, as we know them, Johnny “Drama,” Eric “E.” and Salvatore “Turtle” now sits on the development schedule for the studio.

Mr. Ellin has already been attached as director but it is too early to have Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara or Jeremy Piven, who played talent agent Ari Gold, signed on board. I am sure all parties are aware of the project and it is just a matter of time before they all sign on.

So, with Warner Bros. support, the project is going forward but, far slower than we thought and hoped. A bit of legal work and scheduling has to occur before the movie can even start shooting. So, you guessed it, there is no premiere date in sight…yet.

HBOWatch will keep you informed.

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duchess gomez April 11, 2013 - 11:31 am

super hype! loved the series! hurry up already!

radde17 April 10, 2013 - 3:40 pm

just finished the last season! so happy to read this!

Adeel Shareef April 1, 2013 - 11:57 pm

Finally!!! Just finished the entire series for the 7th time already.. About time for a movie now that sums it all up..

brennen counts February 9, 2013 - 8:14 pm

i was so happy to read this i had no clue they had something like this planned

Jef Dinsmore January 31, 2013 - 9:30 pm

I’m surprised that more people aren’t jumping on the comments here. I thought fans would go for this. Also, who knows maybe HBO regrets letting go of their Picturehouse movie production shingle.

Jacob Klein January 31, 2013 - 4:57 pm

Good to have it in stone though the actors have been blabbing about it for months now. HBO movies in the theater.. not quite sure about that. Thinking this might have been better as a hyped HBO film on a slow Sunday night in Fall 2013. You risk people calling the film a “flop” in the theater. On TV its just a thing for the fans.


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