We were totes worried we might not see them reunite on the big screen, but it looks like Ari did work some of his magic and is getting everyone pretty close to the same page.
Okay, so we really don't know who worked what magic, but who cares because Kevin Connolly has revealed that the Entourage film is possibly going to start as soon as this upcoming January!
Mark Wahlberg threw fans for a loop when he revealed the project was halted because of some "greedy" cast members. We're not sure who the greedy party might've been or how the problem is being solved, but Adrian Grenier was more than happy to chime in this weekend about those controversial money matters.
And from what we hear, someone might've been trying to mess with his boys! He posted a message on Instagram:
Welcome back you cheeky ensemble of Hollywood dudes!
HBO's much beloved series Entourage ended in 2011…
But your favorite quintet of celebrity-chasing (in EVERY sense of the phrase!) men will return to the BIG SCREEN sometime soon, cause the Entouragemovie has officially been GREEN LIT by Warner Brothers!!
Negotiations are currently being held with Entourage's main stars so that HOPEFULLY the original crew — Ari (Jeremy Piven), Vince (Adrian Grenier), Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), Drama (Kevin Dillon), and E (Kevin Connolly) — will return in series creator Doug Ellin's film version, which picks up 6 months after the show's end.
SO souped to revisit our old TV pals and SO excited to see which celebs will cameo in the movie!
Hey, some guys have the gift of the tongue tango…some dont…
A gossip reporter by day, a crime fighter stripper by night, Sarah Tressler decided to dish on one of her previous sex-scapades … conveniently, an encounter than turned into a college dissertation in 2009.
Why didn't we think of this! College would've been so much easier!
Tressler claims that she met Jeremy Piven as an intern for Us Weekly.
She interviewed him, he took her home. Romantic, right?
Tressler claims that Jer's cunnilingus skillz were sub-par at best and describes her foray with the following:
But regardless of the speculation, it is clear the late athlete did have a very close relationship with the 22-year-old, who he spent the past four years with behind bars at Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts.
Kennedy, who is no longer on suicide watch and is reported to be the last person to see Hernandez before he hung himself in his cell, reacted to the death of his pal in a statement to RadarOnline.com, saying: