Wahlberg blasts “greedy” Entourage stars

FURIOUS Mark Wahlberg has hit out at “greedy” cast members who have delayed his hit television show “Entourage” from being made into a movie.

Irish American Wahlberg produced the popular TV series about a Hollywood heartthrob and his band of hangers-on, loosely basing it on his own experiences as a young actor in Hollywood.

Fans have being patiently waiting for the movie version of Entourage to be released, ever since the show finished in 2011.

Now it appears that the stumbling block has been the excessive money demands of the cast.

Approached by gossip site TMZ, who asked him when the Entourage boys would finally reunite on the big screen, Wahlberg snarled: “As soon as them guys stop being so greedy.”

He added: “It’s one of those things where if the movie’s a success, we’ll get to make a lot more of them and then we’ll probably make a lot of money.”

In a scenario that could have been part of the series, Adrian Grenier (Vince), Jeremy Piven (Ari) and other cast members have apparently been attempting to negotiate bigger deals.


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