1. Jan 12-2012:
London: Actor Mark Wahlberg has confirmed that plans are  underway for an ‘Entourage’ movie, which he says will be ‘90 minutes of  craziness’.
The 40-year-old has reassured fans who were disappointed when the  TV series - which he executive produced - ended last year, that as soon  as the script is ready he will return to the big screen, reported  Contactmusic.
"That’s definitely something that we’re actively trying to put  together. We’re just waiting for series creator Doug Ellin to write the  script," Wahlberg said.
The actor thinks ‘Entourage’ will work better on the big screen as the TV episodes were too short.
"People were complaining that episodes were too short. I think a  90-minute movie of sheer craziness - the guys getting back to just being  about the guys, you know? Lose the ladies. Go crazy. Give people what  they want," he said.
'Entourage' concluded in September 2011 after eight seasons. The  show was famed for its celebrity cameos, including Wahlberg, Kanye West,  Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba, Eminem, 50 Cent, Dennis Hopper and  Matt Damon.

    Jan 12-2012:

    London: Actor Mark Wahlberg has confirmed that plans are underway for an ‘Entourage’ movie, which he says will be ‘90 minutes of craziness’.

    The 40-year-old has reassured fans who were disappointed when the TV series - which he executive produced - ended last year, that as soon as the script is ready he will return to the big screen, reported Contactmusic.

    "That’s definitely something that we’re actively trying to put together. We’re just waiting for series creator Doug Ellin to write the script," Wahlberg said.

    The actor thinks ‘Entourage’ will work better on the big screen as the TV episodes were too short.

    "People were complaining that episodes were too short. I think a 90-minute movie of sheer craziness - the guys getting back to just being about the guys, you know? Lose the ladies. Go crazy. Give people what they want," he said.

    'Entourage' concluded in September 2011 after eight seasons. The show was famed for its celebrity cameos, including Wahlberg, Kanye West, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba, Eminem, 50 Cent, Dennis Hopper and Matt Damon.

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  2. Pacquiao to get 7 ambulances for Sarangani

    MANILA, Philippines -  The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) disclosed yesterday that Sarangani congressman and world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao will get seven ambulances for his district in exchange for his endorsement of the fund raising and charity programs of the agency.

    Manny Garcia, PCSO publicity and advertising manager, said that the PCSO board led by Chairperson Margie Juico and general manager Jose Ferdinand Rojas III have already approved the release of the ambulances.

    “Representative Pacquiao is the new endorser of PCSO,” Garcia said.

    Garcia said the cost of the endorsement of Pacquiao ranges from P20 million to P30 million while the seven ambulances from PCSO are worth less than P7 million.

    “It (Pacquiao’s endorsement) is a big boost to the fund raising and charity campaign of the PCSO,” Garcia said.

    The PCSO, under the Office of the President, provides medical assistance to the poor and needy and also conducts medical missions in depressed areas in the country.

    The agency has also launched the online lottery draws that have become very popular and so far made more than 1,500 ordinary citizens instant millionaires.

    Garcia said the ambulances for the congressional district of Pacquiao will be purchased through public bidding.

    He said the PCSO is mandated to give free ambulances to third class municipalities. For firstclass towns and cities there is a 60-40 sharing scheme between the PCSO and the local governments in the payment of the vehicle’s cost.

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