Finally, the Entourage movie has been green-lit. Series creator Doug Ellin wrote the screenplay and will direct the film, which is being produced by Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson, Deadline reports.
How to be a Gentleman chronicles the life of Andrew (David Hornsby) and follows him as his boss (Dave Foley) at the magazine he works for informs him that the publication is going in a newer, younger direction, and he therefore must change his eponymous column, because it's too stuffy and it's not cool or young enough (which is kind of a sad statement on society, but anyway).
With the blinding glitz, the shameless glamour and veritable galaxy of stunt cameos lined up like the Hollywood Walk of Fame unable to disguise any longer that nothing actually happens in this show, HBO has called time on the light as helium adventures of Vincent Chase and his eponymous gang.
Fans still mourning the recent passing of Entourage have good reason to be cheerful again as longtime Executive Producer Mark Walhberg revealed that a big screen adventure for Vinnie Chase and the gang is most definitely in the works.