Director Says 'Entourage' Sequel 'Unlikely in My Lifetime'
It doesn't look like the boys will be back any time soon.
Doug Ellin, the director of "Entourage," said Wednesday he held little hope of making a sequel to the big-screen version of the HBO series.
"Unlikely in my lifetime," Ellin told a Twitter follower asking about the prospects of an "Entourage 2." He said he'd be open to accepting script ideas for the sequel "but someone would need to find 25 million dollars to make it."
Made with a reported budget of about $30 million, "Entourage" brought in a disappointing $32 million in the United States, according to Box Office Mojo. It starred Adrian Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven and was produced by Mark Wahlberg.