Jerry 'Turtle' Ferrara Tells Us Why There Probably Won't Be Another 'Entourage' Movie

The 'Power' star also talks about a new app that might save your butt this Thanksgiving.
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Ever since he first threw on a Yankees cap, rolled up a blunt, and hit the town with his boys on the first episode of the bro-classic Entourage, we've felt like best friends with Brooklyn native Jerry Ferrara. So when we got the opportunity to chat with him while riding around Manhattan in a pimped-out van, we were as excited as Johnny Drama at a stripper party. (OK, maybe not quite that excited.)

In addition to talking about his role as a slick lawyer who plays all sides on the hit Starz drama Power, Jerry also discusses a roadside emergency app from Allstate called Good Hands Rescue that he's supporting. (Hey, makes sense for a dude who's best known for driving a posse all around Hollywood.) On the busiest travel day of the year—November 23, the day before Thanksgiving—Allstate is offering $2 roadside rescues for emergencies like flat tires, dead batteries, lockouts, and running out of gas. You officially have no excuse for not making it back to mom's house.

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Oh, and the bad news? When asked if we'd be getting another Entourage movie, Jerry responded, "We are not. I think that we maxed out the potential in those characters. We kind of left those guys at the height of victory."

Watch it all go down in the video above.