Actor Adrian Grenier Responds To ‘Entourage’ Movie Controversy Via Instagram
The highly-ancipated “Entourage” movie has been igniting excitement in fans for a while now. Viewers of Entourage, which ended in 2011, have turned to Twitter to get more answers on what the future of Entourage holds. However, the film hasn’t been deemed official yet, because actors Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon, and Jerry Ferrara have been holding out on signing the contract.
Producer Mark Wahlberg was initially planning to start filming in October, but due to the hold up, he’ll have to make some revisions to those plans. “We’re getting close to closing the guys’ deals,” he told Moviefone last month. “We’re hoping to shoot in October, so we’d better hurry up! The main guys are coming back, but we also have some other great parts written in there for some … people. That’s about as far as I’m gonna go.”
Recently, when asked by paparazzi whether or not the film would be happening, Wahlberg replied, “Soon as [those] guys stop being so greedy.” He quickly added, “No, we just want to make sure … it’s one of those things where if the movie is a success, then we’ll get to make a lot more of them, and then everybody will make a lot of money. We want to make it for the fans. It’s the most I’ve ever been asked about a movie.”
Now, Grenier has responded to the rumors that he and the cast that haven’t signed on are being greedy. Via Instagram, Greenier posted the following:
Using the hashtag #entourageboysshare, Grenier said he would be answering some questions. One Instagrammer asked, “Seriously how long does it take to get a script and movie ready? Entourage has been off the air since 2011. Explain how it takes 2 yrs to get this movie made??!”
Grenier’s response: “There is so much that goes into making a movie. And the all take years. My documentaries have taken 3 years on average to make. Ive heard stories of some movies that took 10 years to get off the ground. When ever I go to a movie I’m in awe that it even got made because its such a feat. So many moving parts, so much to get together.”
Entourage director, Doug Ellin, couldn’t agree more. In August, actor Kevin Connolly asked Ellin whether or not the movie would be made, and Ellin responded bluntly.
“@mrkevinconnolly: Hey Twitter is dying to know. Are we doing the Entourage movie or not?”trying to get everyone on board. Ain't easy
— Doug Ellin (@mrdougellin) August 11, 2013
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