Mark Wahlberg proves his mettle as real-life Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell in the trailer for “Lone Survivor,” based on the events that unfolded during the failed 2005 mission “Operation Red Wings.”
The trailer, premiering exclusively on Aol, features Alexander Ludwig (“The Hunger Games,” “Grown Ups 2”), as Petty Officer Second Class Shane Patton, delivering a somber “Ballad of the Frogmen” over
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Michael Bay directs this ripped-from-the-headlines tale of a group of bodybuilding criminals in a Paramount Pictures producti… Read More
They may have been sweating bullets, but Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, and Anthony Mackie kept their cool at the premiere of “Pain & Gain” in Miami.
The stars of the action/comedy/drama walked the red carpet in South Beach Thursday, April 11, and could not have… Continue reading 'Pain & Gain' Premiere: Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson Keep Cool in Miami (PHOTOS)
The mayor of New York City hires a disgraced ex-cop to identify his wife’s lover, setting into motion a scandalous series of … Read More
There’s no fooling Mark Wahlberg, a NYC detective — and concerned boyfriend — in the upcoming “Broken City.”
The film from Albert Hughes (“The Book of Eli”) follows Wahlberg’s Billy Taggart as he attempts to redeem his scandalous past. New… Continue reading 'Broken City' Clip: Mark Wahlberg Dresses His Wounds (VIDEO)
For his feature film directorial debut, Seth MacFarlane didn’t play it safe with a “Family Guy” movie; instead, he wrote an R-rated, live-action-cum-animation hybrid about a man and his talking teddy bear. In the packed Vimeo Theater inside the Austin Convention Center at SXSW on Sunday morning, MacFarlane and surprise-guest Mark Wahlberg unveiled the first public look at “Ted.”
Out July 13, “Ted” follows John Bennett (Wahlberg), a Boston-bred man who… Continue reading SXSW 2012: Seth MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg Debut 'Ted' Footage
Tough guy Mark Wahlberg might not be so tough after all: The “Contraband” star admitted in a new interview with Redbook, that only did “The Help,” make him cry, but he cried “seven or eight times.” Even his wife, Rhea Durham, made fun of him for that one, he said.
But it’s not just the Oscar-nominated flick that got the tears flowing: Wahlberg also said that watching Disney’s “Tangled” started the… Continue reading Mark Wahlberg: 'The Help' Made Me Cry 'Seven Or Eight Times'