Vinnie Chase and his entourage are heading to the big screen.
Warner Bros. has given the film version of the HBO series “Entourage” the green light, Deadline.com reports. The series followed the life of actor Vince Chase, played by Adrian Grenier, making it big in Hollywood with his boys, or his “entourage,” Eric, Turtle, his brother Johnny Drama and Chase’s fast-talking agent, Ari Gold.
The film will be directed by the show’s creator, Doug Ellin, who was also the executive producer along with Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson. The series’ stars — Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillion and Jeremy Piven — are all working to close deals for the film. There is no word yet on a plot.
“Well, you got what you wanted; an Entourage Movie,” Grenier, who played actor Vinnie Chase in the series, tweeted.
Grenier also shared a photo of himself with Ferrera, who plays Chase’s pal Turtle in the series, tweeting, “The real deal jerrycferrara
#entourage toast celebration @mrdougellin penthouse.”
The series ended with major life changes for the boys of “Entourage.” Vince Chase heads to Paris to marry a Vanity Fair writer. Piven’s character, Ari Gold, quit his career to be with his wife, but gets a call for his dream job of running a film studio. Eric, played by Connolly, gets back together with his fiance, Sloan, and the couple are expecting.
The series ran on HBO from 2004 to 2011.