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A woman who became a victim in Mark Wahlberg's racially-motivated attack years ago says, 'If you're a racist, you're always going to be a racist.'
A first photo from the movie sees Wahlberg and the foul-mouthed bear sitting side by side as they prepare to dive.
In a new interview, Wahlberg says he's 'committed to doing a couple more' 'Transformers' movies before adding that the filming probably will start 'soon.'
The plea for pardon filed by the 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor is not among four pardons which have been supported by Democratic Governor Deval Patrick.
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor says he has 'a huge amount of remorse' and has done 'tons of work to better myself as a person, not as a celebrity.'
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor said that the pardon 'would be a formal recognition that I am not the same person that I was on the night of April 8, 1988.'
Teaming up with Peter Berg, Wahlberg will portray the titular character who will be refitted with bionic body parts.
The movie follows a professor and high-stakes gambler who runs afoul of gangsters and risks it all when he decides to take a big loan.
The movie will revolve around a paternal rivalry between a mild-mannered radio executive and a freewheeling father.
Wahlberg portrays a college professor who has a secret addiction to gambling and is on the verge of landing himself in big trouble.
Walhberg has a flashy ride in the first image of the 'Ted' sequel, while the returning faces from 'Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol' huddle together in two on-set pictures for the follow-up film.
Paramount TV teams up with the actor for a small-screen adaptation of the 2007 conspiracy thriller.
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor is eyed to play a manager on the BP oil rig which exploded in April 2010.
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor is expected to play Austin, a dying pilot who is turned into a bionic man.
The 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' actor who serves as a producer is so confident that the big-screen adaptation will be 'a big success.'