Haley Joel Osment joins ‘Entourage’ film cast

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014. Filed under: Entertainment Film Hollywood Stars
The original cast of American TV series "Entourage" ©Home Box Office

The original cast of American TV series “Entourage”
©Home Box Office

(Relaxnews) – Appearing alongside the familiar faces of the “Entourage” film series will be that of Haley Joel Osment, as the episodic series becomes a feature film.

Regulars from the seven-year, eight-season series will also form part of the movie’s cast, including Adrian Grenier, Jeremy Piven, and Kevin Connolly.

US actor Haley Joel Osment in 2001 ©AFP PHOTO GABRIEL BOUYS

US actor Haley Joel Osment in 2001
©AFP PHOTO GABRIEL BOUYS

Billy Bob Thornton joins Osment as one of the new additions to the principal cast, reports Deadline.

Still best-recognized for his award-winning roles as a child actor in “The Sixth Sense” (1999),
Osment this year co-stars in Kevin Smith’s horror film “Tusk,” with Justin Long, Michael Parks, and Genesis Rodriguez, and in “The Spoils of Babylon” with Tobey Maguire, Kristen Wiig, Tim Robbins and Jessica Alba.

“Entourage” the film, produced by Mark Wahlberg and co-writer Rob Weiss, entered production in January.

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