Being open on what he will do next, "Entourage" star Jeremy Piven has eagerly revealed to MTV that he is working on a new comedy feature that will reunite him with Will Ferrell since "Old School" as well as mark his collaboration with Adam McKay, the helmer of Ferrell’s two vehicles "Anchorman" and "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby."
"I'm gonna start a movie that Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are producing called 'Don Ready,' " he informed, grinning as he further said that the tidbit is an exclusive for no one knows about the project before.
Stating shooting on the flick is planned to start before next spring's impending film production strike, Piven, however, kept details of its story and his role to himself, saying he had already unveiled more than he should.
"I can't tell you too much - I probably wasn't supposed to tell you that," so he remarked. "Now they'll probably take me and beat me - and I will take my lumps."
In the meantime, the actor delightfully took time to bring in a great scoop to "Entourage" fans, claiming the series’ success has spawned recent talk of a big screen version.
"Ultimately, it would be fun to make a movie," he said while stating he would be happy to follow the "Sex and the City" gals' lead of taking things to the next level. "That would be fun - 'Entourage: The Movie' would be really fun."