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The former rapper who used to go by the moniker Marky Mark joins NKOTB and 50 Cent at Madison Square Garden in New York.
The 44-year-old actor was surprised as the 'Where Are U Now' singer sent a picture of the singer in underwear though he didn't ask him to, and the actor says, 'That's crossing the line.'
Wahlberg is expected to play Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis who plays an important role in the massive manhunt to capture the culprits responsible for the 2013 bombings.
Ted feels broody and wants to start a family, but he has to prove in the court of law that he's human capable of taking care of children.
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.