The Cast of Entourage Reunites for the New York Premiere. The long-awaited feature-film follow-up to HBO’s Entourage series has premiered in New York at the Paris Theatre, and the entire cast reunited to walk the red carpet for the occasion.
Kevin Connolly, Adrien Grenier, Kevin Dillon, Jerry Ferrara, and Jeremy Piven reunited with writer and director Doug Ellin for the event. There were many doubts and scheduling conflicts that plagued the pre-production and threatened the existence of the project, all of which were finally laid to rest once everyone signed on. According to Variety,
“To be honest, I wasn’t sure if the movie was ever going to happen,” Dillon, 49, told Variety on the red carpet. “We all wanted to make a movie from the get-go, but things took so long and some things had to be resolved before we could start shooting. I was like, ‘It’s getting late now. People won’t be interested anymore. We have to get this done.’ So it was a relief that we actually did it.”
There is now a 104 minute Entourage feature-film that is sure to excite many of us who went through high-school and college alongside the show. It picks up where the series left off, and will be released on June 3.