Popular TV show turns into movie

PUBLISHED: 11:00 18 June 2015



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FOLLOWING on from its hugely successful TV series, Entourage is coming to the big screen this month – in one of the biggest adventures for Vincent Chase to date.

The misadventures of the film star Chase (Adrian Grenier) continue when he and his friends see his debut as a director spiral over budget – much to the annoyance of his producer Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven).

Ari ends up giving Vincent $100million on the condition he promises not to spend more than that – but, of course, he does. With his fledgling director career dependent on the success of the film, he needs to find more money and ensure his debut is a bigger hit than the train wreck it seems destined for.

As always, things aren’t as simple as they seem though – co-financier Travis McCredle (Haley Osment) is not happy, but not for the reasons everyone thinks.

Entourage’s move to the big screen has been mooted for nearly five years, and will be a welcome return for fans who saw the last series finish back in September 2011.

Picture courtesy of Claudette Barius.

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