It worked for the ladies of Sex and the City (well, once). So why shouldn't it work for the men of Entourage?!
As HBO's bromance series comes to an end, the cast is hoping for a shot at the big screen à la Vinnie Chase in real life.
The whole crew—including Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon and exec producer Mark Wahlberg—hit the carpet for the series finale premiere last night in NYC and spilled a few deets on the possibility of an Entourage silver-screen flick.
But is the whole cast on board for some movie magic?
It appears so.
"I'm in as long as everybody else is," Jerry Ferrara. said. "I would not stop. I would do this forever because it's that much fun."
Sounds good to us—and apparently the rest of the crew too.
"I think there will be a sense of wanting more," said Jeremy Piven. "If we do a movie, what a blessing."
Even big man behind the camera Mark Wahlberg wants in.
"With the success of The Hangover and other R-rated comedies this year, there's a real thirst and desire for it, " he said. "Ninety minutes of sheer craziness would be something that I think people would thoroughly enjoy."
This isn't the first time Marky Mark expressed hope for a big-screen debut. Last year, when asked if the movie was definitely a go, he replied, "Yeah, hopefully."
At last night's premiere, he said he wants to get the movie ball rolling "ASAP." But oh-so-gorgeous Adrian Grenier even hinted that the ball might already be rolling, saying: "It ain't over quite yet. Don't get too teary-eyed yet."
At least two of the castmembers will be partying like rock stars this weekend in the Hamptons: Jeremy is hosting his birthday party at the Cîroc Cabana Club in Sag Harbor while Emmanuelle toasts her Hamptons mag cover at Southpointe nightclub.