As just about every cancelled series (and even some of the non-cancelled ones) vows to come back as a movie, one popular property’s actually making a bit of progress. Doug Ellin has revealed that his Entourage screenplay is nearing completion, and by “nearing” we mean “just about at” — Ellin says he plans to have the thing done by Sunday.

Those who saw the finale may recall that Entourage ended with a cliffhanger of sorts, as Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) got the call to take over as the CEO of Time Warner. According to Ellin, the Entourage movie will jump forward six months to see Ari settling into his new position as a studio head. But naturally, some things never change: Vince (Adrien Grenier), Drama (Kevin Dillon), E (Kevin Connolly), and Turtle (Jerry Ferrarra) remain close friends, with a steadfast passion for partying. More after the jump.

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Although Mark Wahlberg is the kind of A-list star that’s constantly in the public eye, he actually hasn’t appeared in a movie since 2010′s The Fighter. Next week’s Contraband marks the end of that streak, however, and it looks like Wahberg will be returning to his usual busy ways after that. The actor has already finished shooting this summer’s Ted, is currently filming Allen Hughes’ Broken City, and has Good Time Gang and 2 Guns on his upcoming slate as well.

And then on top of that, there’s also The Fighter sequel, the Entourage movie, and possibly Michael Bay‘s Pain and Gain — which, contrary to previous reports, Wahlberg says he has not declined. In a recent interview, the star gave some status updates on each of those projects. Basically, it sounds like each of them are waiting on a script. Read his comments after the jump.

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Everything gets a sequel now: big tentpole event films, popular TV shows, and low-rent horror films. Especially low-rent horror films. After the break you’ll find:

  • The latest minor rumblings on J.J. Abrams’ sequel to Star Trek,
  • Word on a new version, a ‘requel’ if you will, of Killer Klowns From Outer Space,
  • Assurance that Piranha 3DD isn’t getting dumped on video in the US,
  • Turtle’s comments about an Entourage movie,
  • and the first image of Jemaine Clement in Men in Black III.

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The new television season isn’t quite upon us yet, but the networks have definitely started gearing up. HBO’s just released an extended trailer for the eighth (and last) season of its escapist Hollywood fantasy Entourage, set to premiere in two weeks.

[UPDATE: Sadly, it turns out that the Walking Dead video posted below is fan-made and not an official teaser. Original story follows.] Over at AMC, the producers behind The Walking Dead have only recently begun casting for its new characters, but a recently released photo and now a brand-new teaser promise that the next season will be just as zombie-tastic as the last. Watch both trailers after the jump.

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Entourage Ends Next Year; Feature Film to Follow?

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Entourage is over. Even the most die-hard, forgiving followers of the show seem to be ready to deliver a eulogy. So it is appropriate that HBO’s programming president recently said that next year’s season will be a short order, and the end of the series. But series creator Doug Ellin still has enough ambition for a film spin-off that such a thing remains a possibility. Read More »

LOL: Entourage One Man Show

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In celebration of the season premiere of Entourage season 7 this week, comedian/actor Paul Scheer released a FunnyOfDie short about his nonexistent “Terrible One Man Stage Show of Entourage.” If Scheer actually wrote and performed a one-man Entourage show at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, I would actually buy a ticket. Watch it now, embedded after the jump.
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Trailer: HBO’s Entourage Season 7

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HBO has released yet another trailer, this time for Season 7 of the television show Entourage. I stopped watching the series around season five, and it doesn’t look like much has changed. Watch the trailer now, after the jump.

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In December, producer Mark Wahlberg revealed plans for Entourage’s future: two more seasons of the HBO television series followed up with “a movie.” Wahlberg offered an update while doing press at the MTV Movie Awards.
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