Despite our relentless negativity, Mark Wahlberg remains "focused" on making an Entourage movie

Despite our relentless negativity, Mark Wahlberg remains "focused" on making an Entourage movie

Making good on his promise to wrap the world in Ed Hardy, Christo-style, Mark Wahlberg told reporters at the MTV Movie Awards that he remains “focused” on making a big-screen adaptation of Entourage. “I just think we can make a great movie,” he said. “I think people always wanted [it] and have complained that the episodes are too short—they’ve always wanted more.” (Okay, who’s been doing that? Was it you?)

Lest you think that a 90-minute Entourage would just be a Groundhog Day-like cycle of Vince getting hired and subsequently fired from a film in 22-minute increments while his boyz spend his money and bicker about who’s the most one-dimensional, Wahlberg cuts you off with some serious vision: “In the trailer, you see [Ari and his associate, Lloyd] waking up together in Vegas not knowing what happened…it would be pretty cool!” Indeed. You would think some other movies would have hit upon that premise by now. 

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