Hold onto your hats Entourage fans because your favorite guys from Hollywood are moving forward with their long discussed movie.
Recent reports suggested that several of the TV shows actors were holding out for more money, now a snoop at TMZ says everyone is ready to sign on the dotted line.
During negotiations different members of the cast pointed fingers at one another with Adrian Grenier and Jerry Ferrara named as the shows biggest holdouts. Sources connected to the production say they have finally agreed on a deal.
While the movie is headed for theaters another source says Jeremy Piven is earning a bigger paycheck and that his deal hasn't sat well with some cast members. Apparently Piven's agent did a better job fighting for a piece of the movies back end.
It is believed that Warner Bros. gave the shows producers a certain percentage of the backend and told them to split it among the cast as they saw fit.
The rumor suggests that lawyers for everyone involved are attempting to put together a deal by the end of today.
Rest assured that if a deal is not reached today, the Entourage movie is still moving forward. Sources says attorney's for the actors will continue to work closely together until a full deal is finally worked out.
There are certain tax issues with the movie that require a deal to be put into play within the next few days.
With a deadline looming and all of the cast members saying they want to make the movie it's looking pretty good.
Kevin Connolly recently said the Entourage movie was moving forward and would be announced soon. It looks like Connolly was right on point.
Will you be heading out to theaters to see the Entourage movie when it makes its big debut?