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The pals from the popular HBO series which consists of Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jeremy Piven, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrara are now back to the big screen.
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor who serves as a producer is so confident that the big-screen adaptation will be 'a big success.'
The Eric Murphy depicter injured his leg while playing football with Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russell Wilson.
Warner Bros. has also announced release dates for 'Inherent Vice', 'The Intern', 'The Conjuring 2' and 'Mean Moms' among other new releases.
The 'Tower Heist' actress is rumored being eyed to play a female lead in the Mark Wahlberg-produced feature film.
The film based on the HBO series is now officially a go, after previously was rocked with alleged money issues.
Greiner slams Wahlberg's remarks that suggested the film project couldn't take off because 'greedy' actors demanded unreasonably bigger paycheck.
The film project may begin production this spring, Wahlberg says, adding that it could be released sometime in April or May next year.
With creator Doug Ellin serving as the helmer and scribe, the big screen take on the famous dramedy series is expected to bring back its original cast members.
The 'Memoirs of Geisha' actress threatens to sue the Hong Kong newspaper that published the defamatory story of her and politician Bo Xilai.
The vampire sheriff cleans up the mess he and Bill created toward the end of season 4, while the King of Louisiana is busy telling some lies to someone on the phone.
The Selina Kyle a.k.a Catwoman of 'The Dark Knight Rises' refuses to let her injured arm stop her from enjoying the sunny day.