The “Late Night” host pressed the actor to reveal which co-star is holding out for more money
Kevin Connolly is ready to make the long-awaited “Entourage” movie, but he wouldn't tell Jimmy Fallon on Monday which cast member isn't.
The actor and director, who played rising Hollywood manager E on the hit HBO series, says Warner Bros. “loved the script” and “we're ready to go, but…”
According to executive producer Mark Wahlberg, some of the guys are being “greedy.”
“Yeah, he did say that,” Connolly said. “That's not true. Look, I'm ready go. I'm ready to go whenever.”
“Who's holding out?” Fallon asked. “Turtle?”
“There's nobody holding out,” Connolly said, before noting that Fallon was making the exchange “as awkward as possible.”
“Whoever it is, just figure it out,” Fallon said. “You're not going to make that much money, anyway. Just do it. Or whatever it is. Make the movie. We want to see the movie, please.”
Yeah. What he said.