You want some jokes about how the Entourage film's development saga has mirrored the storylines in original show? Too bad. Everyone else has played up that angle.

Yes. Sometimes the entertainment industry DOES resemble gross exaggerations of the entertainment industry. Crazy, right?

Anyway, the drama surrounding the film consisted mostly of star holdouts for big paydays, which is pretty strange when you think about it. It's not like the stars of the TV show are swimming in good roles these days, but on the other hand, who would want to see an Entourage film that lacked Turtle or Lloyd?

I'm guessing most people don't want to see an Entourage film at all, but those who do really want their Turtle. And/or Lloyd. And they will get them.

The movie will film in LA and Miami because those are the best locations for guys to cheers at sunset on a balcony overlooking the ocean. The timeline for the film will pick back up about six months after the ending of the series, which I can only presume has them rich and glamorous, driving around in luxury cars while faced with very minuscule inconveniences the movie will portray as "conflict."