The upcoming "Entourage" film is wrapped and completely ready to go, Adrian Grenier said Thursday in a HuffPost Live interview. In what might be torturous news to fans, it will be eight long months before we get to see what happens next to Vince, E, Turtle, Johnny Drama and Ari.
"We turned it around so quickly. It was amazing actually. I've never been part of a film that came together that fast," Grenier told host Ricky Camilleri. "We shot it in six weeks, they edited it in a month and a half or two months, and now it's done. It's been tested. People love it. And now we're just waiting for June."
The movie sequel to the wildly popular show, which ran from 2004 to 2011, had been discussed for years until earlier in 2014 when filming started. Grenier, who plays Hollywood star Vincent Chase, said the movie is "as balanced as can possibly be" and that fans should expect every character to get his time to shine.
The movie is set for a June 12, 2015 release.
"It really is the most heartwarming installment of this ongoing fun show," he said.
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