"Entourage" star Adrian Grenier and filmmaker Bert Marcus, the duo behind the hit Sundance documentary "Teenage Paparazzo," are teaming up again to produce another documentary, "How to Make Money Selling Drugs."
While it may prove to be of educational value, I gather they won't be showing this one in a high school economics course anytime soon, based on the title alone.
Matt Cooke directed the film, which includes interviews with 50 Cent, Eminem, Woody Harrelson, Susan Sarandon, former drug kingpin "Freeway" Rick Ross, former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, top-ranking government officials, and Grenier.
Marcus also wrote and raised financing for the project, which is currently in post-production.
Elsewhere, Marcus has partnered with Mario Lopez for an untitled boxing documentary that will also examine the increasingly popular world of Mixed Martial Arts. Marcus is writing, producing and directing the film, which Lopez will narrate.
The project will explore the appeal of boxing and feature interviews with Manny Pacquiao and former champions Mike Tyson and Oscar De La Hoya, as well as fans of the sport such as Donald Trump and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Additionally, Marcus is developing a feature film with "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" Joel Zwick attached to direct, as well as a fourth documentary that will focus on the media and how society receives news today, which sounds very interesting and has been a heated topic of discussion amongst the entertainment industry.
HBO will begin airing "Teenage Paparazzo" on Sept. 27. Celebs featured on camera include Matt Damon, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton and Alec Baldwin.