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Kevin Connolly Talks ‘Entourage’ Movie on Jimmy Fallon: ‘I’m Ready to Go’ (Video)

Kevin Connolly is ready to make the long-awaited “Entourage” movie, but he wouldn’t tell Jimmy Fallon on Monday which cast member isn’t. The actor and director, who played rising Hollywood manager E on the hit HBO series, says Warner Bros. “loved the script” and “we’re ready to go, but…”   Read More...

Entourage Movie Delayed

  It looks like that Entourage movie — a.k.a.  Mark Wahlberg's practical joke on the world — is still a ways away. The movie was green-lit at the beginning of the year and was supposed to go into production in May, but according to "Page Six," Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara are "still holding out," and thus production has been delayed. Jeremy Piven also held things up, reportedly not closing his deal until August, but the more egregious offender here is definitely Turtle.

Porn Star Says 'Entourage' Actress Faked Meldtown

James Deen and Sasha Grey have two things in common: They've both been porn stars and have done at least one non-porn movie. But that's apparently where the similarities end. In a new Vulture interview off his promotional run for "The Canyons," in which Deen stars opposite Lindsay Lohan, the porn star reveals that Grey is sort of the Voldemort of the porn industry . "That’s, like, the name that is not said in this business," he said. "I don’t have anything against her, but in the adult-film world she has a very bad reputation for many reasons. The reality is that she was 18 when she started doing porn and between 18 and 23 her goals changed, and she wants to do different things now." Grey has left pornography and seemingly severed all ties with the industry, while Deen has been adamant that his "Canyons" role is in no way an attempt to quit getting paid to have sex on camera (he even told Vulture that he still enjoys working seven days a week). That Grey -- who has acted in "The Girlfriend Experience" and "Would You Rather" -- was no longer interested in porn is hardly new information, but Deen offered an interesting if unconfirmed tidbit about just how far she was willing to go to make that happen:

The O.C. and Entourage Star Is Pregnant — Here's Her Due Date ... and Baby Bump! (PHOTO)

Autumn Reeser is pregnant with her second child; appropriately enough, he or she is due ... this autumn! The 32-year-old star of The O.C., Entourage, Hawaii Five-0, No Ordinary Family, and Last Resort shared the happy news on her website in a post titled "It’s Pregnancy Awareness Month": "So you should be aware… Baby number TWO is on the way and due at the end of November. We’re thrilled!" Read More...

An 'Entourage' movie is coming from Warner Bros.

Do you miss "Entourage"? If so, you're in luck: Warner Bros. has approved a plan to make a movie based on the HBO series.Although obviously everything remains in preliminary stages for the moment, there is a script and deals are in the works with the show's stars. Doug Ellin -- one of the executive producers of the series (with Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson) -- wrote the screenplay and will direct the first broke the news and reports that negotiations for the film have begun with Adrian Grenier (Chase), Kevin Dillon (Johnny Drama), Kevin Connolly (Eric "E" Murphy), Jerry Ferrara (Turtle) and Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold). There is no word yet on any members of the supporting cast or on which Hollywood stars might appear as themselves in the film.The TV show focused on the exploits of a Hollywood star along with the man-children who made up his inner circle. It ran from...

Entourage Movie Script Almost Ready

As long as nothing goes wrong between now and Sunday, Entourage creator Doug Ellin will have finally completed the script for a film version of the show. At least that's what he promised Nikki Finke . The story, which still needs HBO approval before anything is set into motion, picks up six months after the show left off. That means Ari Gold is heading up a studio and all the other characters, Ellin says, are "hanging out and going to fun parties." At least he's consistent!

'Entourage' movie is still in the script phase, HBO says

Before the final season of "Entourage" premiered last year, series creator Doug Ellin said he hoped a feature film based on the show would be done in about 16 months.It's been 12 months since then, and it's safe to say that an "Entourage" movie will not be hitting theaters by December. But the project is still alive, HBO says."Doug as of this week is on page 65," HBO Programming president Michael Lombardo told reporters Wednesday (Aug. 1) at the TV Critics Association press tour. "He's writing a script, and he's excited about it. I've heard a general pitch for it."In other words, despite the talk about following up the series finale almost immediately with a movie, an "Entourage" feature is still a ways away. If, that is, it happens at all."After we take a look at the script ... we'd still have to make deals with the cast and then figure out whether this is...

Jerry Ferrara Talks About the 'Entourage' Series Finale and Turtle's Growth (VIDEO)

'Entourage' is finally over, at least on television, after it wrapped up with its series finale Sunday night. Monday morning, Jerry Ferrara , who played Turtle, spoke with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC) about the show's history and his own character's growth. "It was more about just the journey for the whole eight years, looking back at where we all started," Ferrara said of the finale. "You know, my character, trying to get a girl to make out with him, and he'll show her where Vince eats breakfast in the morning. You know, selling a company and actually becoming a millionaire at the very end."

Entourage Series Finale: How the Heck Did We Get Here?

[Spoiler alert! The following reveals major plot points from the series finale of Entourage .] The four boys from Queens left on jet planes as Entourage ended its eight-year run on Sunday. The finale found many of the characters in very different places from where the series started, but we're still not quite sure how everyone got there. Below are some of our biggest burning questions from and criticisms of the last episode: 4. No love for Turtle and Drama? The final episode honored the main guys' family of four — as best depicted in the scene when Turtle ( Jerry Ferrara ) calls Sloan and Eric's unborn child "our baby" — so it was disappointing that two of the four guys didn't have much to do besides follow Eric and Vince around...

'Entourage' Series Finale: (Almost) All Roads Lead to Paris (VIDEO)

Last week, Vince helped out his buddies Turtle and Johnny Drama. That left only this week's series finale of 'Entourage' (Sun., 10:30PM ET on HBO) to help Eric and Ari. Could he throw money at their women problems and make them better? And what about his own lady situation? Well, somehow, Vince convinced the reluctant Sophie to marry him. We're talking drop everything and marry him immediately, after a 24-hour date. What is the time gap between last week's episode and this week? It doesn't seem to be much, so how on earth did he do that? She fought tooth and nail against even going on a date with him and now she's ready to marry him just like that? It was a big ring, but come on?