"Entourage" star Adrian Grenier is moonlighting… for HBO: The network has picked up U.S. TV rights to his documentary "Teenage Paparazzo."
The film, which screened at Sundance, details Grenier’s relationship with 14-year-old photographer Austin Visschedyk. Per the press release HBO issued this morning:
Inspired by a chance encounter with Visschedyk during a night out, Grenier decides to turn the cameras on him in an effort to document this unique teenager’s world. But actor-director Grenier soon finds the project turning into a personal challenge, as he is forced to take responsibility for his influence on his subject’s life.
The Grenier-directed "Paparazzo," which will debut on HBO this fall, includes interviews with Matt Damon, Alec Baldwin, Paris Hilton and Whoopi Goldberg, along with less famous folks.
"Paparazzo" is from Reckless Productions in association with JLoar Productions and Bert Marcus Productions.