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Sunday 29 May 2016

Connolly 'crucified' for Entourage spoiler

Published 06/01/2014

Kevin Connolly
Kevin Connolly

Kevin Connolly has joked it's more than his life is worth to reveal plot details from the Entourage movie.

The actor portrayed Eric Murphy in the US TV show about an up-and-coming film star and his group of male friends in Hollywood.

The series finished in 2011 but there has been constant speculation about a big screen reunion, with a movie adaptation now confirmed. Kevin can't wait to get started on it, but his lips are sealed when it comes to the script.

"I will get in big trouble if I say anything. One time I said something and I got crucified for six months because I mentioned a story point. I’m not allowed to say anything, so I’m going to keep it under wraps. It’s going to be epic!" he assured New York Daily News.

“There’s a little bit of pressure to not suck, but the script is good."

Jeremy Piven will be reprising his role as agent Ari Gold, while Adrien Grenier is back as actor Vincent Chase and Jerry Ferrara and Kevin Dillon will also be appearing again.

The release is due to start shooting in Miami later this month, with reports the cameras will begin rolling on January 15 or 16.

"I’m looking forward to it. I’m looking forward to seeing everybody," Kevin explained. "I mean we are still friends, but everybody’s so far spread out, we don’t see each other as much."

The plot may not be known in detail, but a few minor points have been released. It's known the film will kick off with scenes on a luxury yacht and it's thought stylish nightclub locations have also been scoped out.

Jeremy is said to have visited some of the venues already, where he drew quite a crowd.

"He had a few gorgeous girls nearby," one guest at a hotel where he was partying told Wetpaint Entertainment. "They were all trying to get his attention."

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