Entourage star teases possible revival
Kevin Dillion has been trying to convince creator Doug Ellin to bring it back.
Entourage’s Kevin Dillion has revealed that the creator of the hit HBO comedy Doug Ellin is thinking about a revival.
Speaking to ComingSoon.net about his role in new film Buddy Games, Dillion said that after trying to persuade Ellin to say yes for a long time he might have finally talked him round.
“He (Ellin) and I are actually going to record the next episode of our podcast, Victory the Podcast, together after this with Kevin Connolly.”
“I’ve been working on Doug for a long time and finally he said, ‘I would maybe consider a reboot of Entourage.’ Wouldn’t that be cool? All the actors want to do it as well.”
Ellin later added even more fuel to the fire by posting a screenshot of that article to his Instagram accompanied by the caption “I am considering my consideration.”
Entourage followed actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), his manager Eric (Kevin Connolly), trainer/bodyguard Johnny “Drama” (Dillion), assistant director Salvatore “Turtle” (Jerry Ferrera) and agent Ari (Jeremy Piven) as they attempt to make it in Hollywood.
It originally ran for eight seasons from 2004 to 2011 and was known for its extensive range of high-profile celebrity cameos.
A follow up film was released in 2015 which failed to generate the same positive reviews and underperformed at the box office leaving the fate of any more seasons uncertain.
Every episode of Entourage is available to stream on NOW TV.