Entourage Movie Gets The Go Ahead

Warner Bros. have given the thumbs up to Doug Ellin‘s plans for a movie continuation of his TV show, Entourage. Deadline say that deals are currently being made with the key cast.

This really is a case where I’m writing a story because I think you want to know. This show outstayed its welcome with me really rather quickly, and I thought, going into it, that I was a Jeremy Piven fan.

Mark Wahlberg has the Transformers shoot coming up in the summer and Ted 2 getting ready on the blocks for September, so it could be a little while until Entourage is rolling. I can’t imagine it will have the longest production schedule, however, so I reckon there’s every chance we’ll be seeing it in cinemas in the middle of next year. I can almost smell the bait-and-switch fake posters and trailer campaign from here.

There’s a terrible tradition of movie spin-offs of TV shows taking the characters overseas so my hunch here is that this movie will feature an extended sequence on location, away from Hollywood. London seems like a reasonable bet, though it could be anywhere.

Where might an Aquaman movie go on location? Somewhere with camels?

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