'Entourage' movie update: 'We want it to happen,' says Mark Wahlberg


More encouraging news forEntourage fans who don’t want to say goodbye to Eric, Vincent, Johnny and Turtle when the HBO show wraps next year: Mark Wahlberg, who exec produces the comedy, acknowledged to EW that he hasn’t stopped thinking about a possibleEntourage movie and "we want it to happen."

"We have one last season left on TV and then it would probably take place after the finale," Wahlberg said while walking the red carpet for Monday’s premiere of The Fighter. "There are places to go. I’m still here all these years later, aren’t I? My story didn’t end in my 20s."

Wahlberg added one caveat, however: "We won’t make it if we don’t have a good script."

Last summer, HBO announced that Entourage will wrap during the summer of 2011 after eight seasons. At the time, HBO chief Michael Lombardo said that Encourage creator Doug Ellin wanted to write a film.

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