‘Entourage’ film is now a ‘go’

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Fans of “Entourage” will be happy to learn Vinnie Chase and his posse of pals will be getting back together. The former hit HBO show’s creator Doug Ellin has confirmed the long-brewing big screen film, based on the TV show, is finally heading into production — after almost a year-long delay. Reportedly, the usual bickering over salaries was the holdup.

“Entourage” ran seven seasons on the cable network, ending in 2011. The cast members included Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Chicago native Jeremy Piven, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara.

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