It’s hard to believe it’s been 15 years since the premiere of Entourage, and according to one star, the show is staying in the past.
Jerry Ferrara opened up about any possibility of a return while talking with AfterBuzz TV.
The comedy-drama premiered on HBO on July 18, 2004, and ended on September 11, 2011, after eight seasons. It focused on the acting career of Vincent Chase, played by Adrian Grenier, a young movie star, and his childhood friends and the attempt to further their careers in the city of Los Angeles.
The series, which was inspired by Mark Wahlberg and his own group of childhood friends, went on to have a film Entourage which was released on June 3, 2015, making 49.3 million in the US.
Many fans have been wondering if there will be a comeback for Entourage. According to Ferrara, most likely not.
“I don’t think we can all be living together all of our 40s, and, and, and some even older,” said Ferrara. “We had such a good run with Entourage, eight years and a movie, almost a hundred episodes, like, I think we really did everything we could have possibly done with those characters”.
Since Entourage, Ferrara has been in films like Think Like a Man, Sully, and his most recent project TV drama series, Power.
Even though Ferrara says a return is unlikely, he technically didn’t totally shut the door.
“I wouldn’t say no, cause I love those guys and it would be a great opportunity just to hang out with them and kind of do like a reunion tour,” said Ferrera.
For the full interview with Ferrara, click the link above!
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