"Entourage" Movie Gets Green Light From Studio, Original Cast in Talks

According to Deadline, Warner Bros. has officially given the Mark Wahlberg-produced show the greenlight to go big.

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    The original cast of "Entourage" are in talks to star in a new movie spinoff.

    Feeling a little lonely without your "Entourage?" This might fix that problem.

    There's been talk about the hit HBO series spawning a movie spinoff since before the show signed off in September 2011. And now, it looks like Vinnie Chase and the gang are finally going to be hugging it out in theaters.

    According to Deadline, Warner Bros. has officially given the Mark Wahlberg-produced show the greenlight to go big.

    What about Barack Obama's cameo?

    The film will reportedly be directed by series creator and screenwriter Doug Ellin, who was also an executive producer on the series alongside Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson.

    As for the guys--deals are said to be in the works with the main members of the original cast, including Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara and Jeremy Piven.

    No word on whether or not Barack Obama will make a cameo (Grenier seemed hopeful on that happening not too long ago, but Ferrara...not so much), but we have a feeling more than a few famous faces will be clamoring for screentime.

    Are you excited to see "Entourage" hit a theater near you?! Sound off in the comments!

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