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Adrian Grenier Tells Us How You Can Get Your Ideas In The 'Entourage' Sequel

The "52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale in the World" producer has a tip for joining the "Entourage" movie.

With reporting by Josh Horowitz

If you watched the Golden Globes red carpet a few weeks back, you might have noticed something very mid-2000s taking place in the background. I'm talking, of course, about the gang from "Entourage" shooting some b-roll from their upcoming film, which Adrian Grenier was more than happy to discuss with MTV News when we met up with him at Sundance to discuss the documentary "52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale in the World."

"We're [filming] everywhere that's relevant," Grenier said. "We're like a guerilla team. That's one thing that's really great about 'Entourage' -- we're a nimble, guerilla, independent team. We're not very cumbersome. We can be anywhere and shoot anywhere. We've shot at the best places, we've shot at Cannes, we've shot here, we've shot at fights... [with] no amenities, no craft service. It's just the guys and a couple of film guys with cameras, and we go out and get the footage."

That laid back, not-so-Hollywood attitude doesn't exactly sound very "Entourage," but the man behind Vincent Chase promised us that fans of the beloved HBO series will get exactly what they're hoping for -- and once they've seen it, they can even contribute their ideas for a sequel!

"The great thing is the movie is awesome," Grenier continued. "I think it's going to be a huge success; I think people are going to love it. We're all very proud of it. That means most likely there will be another... [executive producer] Doug Ellin has his contract to write the next one... I think he's starting to brainstorm. If you have any ideas, tweet Doug Ellin and give him some."

Yep, you heard that right, "Entourage"-heads -- Vince, Drama, E, Ari, and Turtle will be back for yet another Hollywood adventure after this first one hits on June 5. And if what Grenier says is correct, then fans should be clamoring for it.

"You always want a sense of escalating circumstances, especially with a series -- you've got to always top your last episode," Grenier concluded. "This has to top a whole successful series. It's definitely bigger in scope. It's a film, it's a real film. The set pieces are bigger, the conflicts are a little bit more elevated, and it's going to be a fun ride."

To find out more about "52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale in the World" and its upcoming crowd-funding campaign, check out LonelyWhale.com.