There was plenty of "Entourage" movie talk at the Television Critics Association (TCA) Summer Session in Beverly Hills on Thursday.
The cast and producers of the hit HBO show, which wraps its eight and final season thisy ear, were on hand to discuss everything from financing the film version to this possibly being the last time the group got together, reports Access Hollywood.
"Entourage" star Adrian Grenier, who plays actor Vince Chase on the show, was joined on stage by co-stars Jeremy Piven, Kevin Connolly, creator Doug Ellin and executive producer Mark Wahlberg.
"If I had to finance it myself I would do it . . . I certainly hope that this has a chance to become a feature film. People are always saying the episodes are too short. They want to go to a journey with these guys," Wahlberg told reporters.
Ellin continued the movie talk by spilling details on the award-winning show's ending on the small screen.
Don't expect any major deaths and plot endings, Ellin said Thursday.
"I wanted to leave it with an element of, 'we loved hanging with these guys and we are going to miss them,'" he said.
The final season of "Entourage" premiered on July 24. There are seven episodes remaining.