'Entourage' Movie Finally 'A Go' After Delays in Cast Contract Negotiations

The Entourage movie is happening. Creator and screenwriter Doug Ellin confirmed the news Monday night via Twitter.

“It’s a go. Love you all,” Ellin tweeted, after a lengthy round of contract negotiations with key actors had been delaying the process. Adrian Grenier, Jesse Ferrara, Kevin Dillon and Kevin Connolly had previously been holding out for bigger pay—or at least something closer to that of Jeremy Piven for his role of Ari Gold.

Ferrera appeared on The Wendy Williams Show on Monday and offered hope to fans: "It's looking good. It's looking real good. It could be closed today."

Entourage, which premiered in 2004 on HBO, finished its television run in September 2011.