'Entourage' Movie Gets Green Light

HBO series looks for new life on the big screen

Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, and Adrian Grenier.
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January 30, 2013 8:55 AM ET

Entourage is coming to the big screen, Deadline reports. Warner Bros. has green-lighted a movie version of the HBO series that ran from 2004-11, which would reprise the exploits of Adrian Grenier's movie star Vinnie Chase, his cronies and, of course, his backbiting agent Ari Gold, portrayed by Jeremy Piven.

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Negotiations are underway with the cast of the series which, in addition to Piven and Grenier, includes Kevin Connolly, who played Chase's manager Eric "E" Murphy; Kevin Dillon, who played Chase's brother Johnny Drama; and Jerry Ferrara, who played their go-fer Turtle. Series creator Doug Ellin wrote the screenplay and will direct the movie.

There's no word when the movie might begin shooting, or when it could hit theaters.

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