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The country crooner reaches the top spot of the albums chart with his ninth album 'Set You Free'.
The film project may begin production this spring, Wahlberg says, adding that it could be released sometime in April or May next year.
Appearing on Anderson Cooper's daytime talk show, Wahlberg also announces that 'Ted 2' is officially in the works with Seth MacFarlane returning as the helmer.
Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson, along with Anthony Mackie, are body builders who engaged in a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly wrong.
The trailer highlights sweet boy Norman Bates, his strange relationship with his mother and their new life in a beautiful town which hides 'something very dark and malevolent' underneath.
Making a surprise appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Bieber confirms January 29 as the release date of his acoustic album.
Wahlberg is hired by Crowe to investigate the man who slept with Catherine Zeta-Jones only to find that Crowe has his own evil plan.
'I'm so fired up to be back working with him,' Bay gushes upon announcing the news that his 'Pain and Gain' actor will star in 'T4'.
Indicating a change of heart after denying Wahlberg's casting rumor, Bay says he reconsiders casting the 'Pain and Gain' actor for 'T4' thanks to 'that very internet chatter.'
Bay insists that Wahlberg is not in talks to star in the fourth 'Transformers' film, but teases that they both are 'talking about another film project.'
While Wahlberg says Ted loves to use its lips and tongue, Seth MacFarlane dishes that the raunchy doll likes to use vegetables depend on 'what kind of imagination you have.'
Sharing his exciting experience in starring opposite an animated Teddy bear for the comedy movie, Wahlberg says, 'With a Teddy bear, there are no ego problems and you only need one take.'
Driven by curiosity, Mark's John raps a lot of female names from the white race in order to guess who the titular doll's new love interest is.
Although he's nervous, the 'Contraband' lead actor is determined to finish the school within months as saying, 'I'm going to make it happen.'
'I did say somebody was going to get slapped, but I figure it's Sunday, I went to church,' the 'Max Payne' lead actor says of the rude male who shouted something vulgar to his co-presenter.