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Warner Bros gives Entourage movie the green light

The long-awaited Entourage movie finally appears to be up and running, with Deadline (opens in new tab) reporting that Warner Bros has given the oft-discussed project the green light.

The film will be directed by series creator Doug Ellin, who has also written the script, thought to take place some six months after the events of the series finale.

That episode saw Adrien Grenier’s Vince heading towards his wedding day and Jeremy Piven’s Ari Gold having been offered a position as a studio head.

Ellin has been pretty sparing about the finer details of his plot, but he has mentioned that the gang are, “still hanging out and going to fun parties.” So there you go.

The original cast are currently in talks with Warner over deals to return to their roles, while there is bound to be a hefty number of A-list cameos to boot. Expect work to begin on the film later this year.

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