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'Entourage' Cast Tells Matt Lauer They're Trying Hard to Make Movie Happen (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 19th 2011 3:00PM
The cast of 'Entourage' talks about the final season on 'Today'The filming for season eight is done, the premiere is set for Sunday, and all that's left is for the fans to watch the final season of HBO's 'Entourage.' Tuesday on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), Matt Lauer interviewed the stars of the show -- Kevin Connolly (Eric Murphy), Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold), Adrian Grenier (Vincent Chase), Kevin Dillon (Johnny Chase), and Jerry Ferrara (Turtle) -- about the final season, and whether that is, in fact, the end of the show.

Lauer asked if everyone was on board with the show ending. "No, we got cancelled," joked Connolly. "We were not on board with it at all." Dillon added, "We'd shoot tomorrow if you let us." About the rumors that there might be an 'Entourage' movie in the works, Connolly confirmed, "We're going to try really hard to make that happen."

It's no wonder they want to stay. The show was rife with cameos, often by star athletes that the cast members admired, like Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson, who were themselves fans of the show. "All actors are frustrated athletes," said Piven. "So the fact that our heroes are quoting us is beyond belief." If some of those celebrity friends come through, perhaps with some financing, you might actually get to see Vincent Chase on the big screen, and not as Aquaman.

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