"Entourage" movie plans are still up in the air according to the show's creator Mark Wahlberg, Wahlberg claims that the movie will get made after cast members stop being so greedy according to Wednesday, October 16 reports from the Huffington Post.
Wahlberg has been hounded by questions as to when the popular HBO show "Entourage" will be getting that big screen film.
Stopped in Los Angeles International Airport earlier this week and asked once again to answer when he thought the film adaptation of "Entourage would be happening Wahlberg stated:
"Soon as [those] guys stop being so greedy."
The celebrity news site claims that as soon as he said, he appeared as if he wish he hadn't and then attempted to to cover the nasty remark by stating:.
"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," he said. "We want to make it for the fans. It's the most I've ever been asked about a movie."
This is not the first time a snippy comment has been made concerning the film adaptation. In August the writer/Director Doug Ellin revealed via Twitter that they were having some difficulties when it came t getting everything, and everyone in order for the movie.
Then last month rumors surfaced that "Entourage" stars Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara were the cast members holding up the filming.
"Entourage" aired on HBO from July 18, 2004 and concluded on September 11, 2011, after eight seasons promising weeks after that fans would be treated to a big screen adaptation of the film very soon.
Hopefully soon the gang will work out their financial issues and give the fans that promised and highly anticipated film.
Are you looking forward to the "Entourage" film or do you believe fans will never see the day?
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