The Entourage movie may not be coming to a theater near you anytime soon.
According to Mark Wahlberg, who executive-produced the HBO series, the actors themselves are the reason for the holdup. "As soon as them guys stop being so greedy," Wahlberg told TMZ.com of when the flick would actually come to fruition. "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."
Earlier this year, Warner Bros. green-lighted the movie, which was set to take place six months after the series finale, in which Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) was offered his dream job as the chairman of Time Warner.
Jerry Ferrara, who played Turtle on the series, has already gone public in saying he's not the one who's being holding out for a specific pay. "I'd do it for free," he told TMZ.com, which also reports that both Piven and Kevin Connelly, who played Eric, have already signed deals, leaving Adrian Grenier and Kevin Dillon as the holdouts.
Do you want to see an Entourage movie? Or is it time to move on?