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Mark Wahlberg Archives -

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Jack Rico


2017/04/12 at 12:02pm

Transformers: The Last Knight: The Official Trailer Is Here!

I still don’t think Mark Wahlberg fits the Transformers franchise, but now that Michael Bay is stepping down after this film, it’ll be interesting to see how the dynamics (and cast) probably change under “new management”. Nice to know Big Little Lies Latino actor Santiago Cabrera is in the film. Give the trailer a look and let us know what you think about it in the comments section below. Read More

Jack Rico


2016/12/06 at 11:04am

‘Transformers 5’ And ‘The Circle’ Trailers Debut!

Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth installment of the Transformers franchise series and is a direct sequel to 2014’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction” which is hitting theaters June 23, 2017. It’s also Michael Bay‘s final Transformers film to be directed by Bay. The cast includes Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel,Laura Haddock, Jerrod Carmichael and Isabela Moner. It looks good. I’m sure Bay is going to go out with a bang. Read More

Jack Rico


2015/12/28 at 7:18pm

The Red Carpet: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell Talk “Daddy’s Home”

We were at red carpet of the new Sean Anders comedy “Daddy’s Home”. Justine Browning gets to the nitty gritty on the film from the stars themselves – Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. 

Jack Rico


2014/03/04 at 8:24pm

New Trailer: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Official Teaser Trailer

The new “Transformers” movie casts aside the Shia LaBeouf for Mark Wahlberg who plays Cade Yeager, an inventor and single father, trying to protect his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) from her race car driver boyfriend, Shane (Jack Reynor). Read More

Jack Rico


2013/09/10 at 4:47pm

Donnie Wahlberg Goes Español…With A Banana!

Donnie Wahlberg, Mark Wahlberg’s brother, Jenny McCarthy’s current boyfriend and New Kids On The Block lead member, went on Vine today and videoed himself twice speaking in Spanish in a hilarious scene talking to a banana with a Dominicano lingo and a telenovela like scene with him crying en Español. Read More

Jack Rico


2013/07/29 at 10:16am

This Week In Movies… ‘The Canyons,’ ‘Europa Report,’ ‘Drift’

Unlike the previous two weeks, this particular week of theatrical releases doesn’t really have anything I’d trip over to see. I mean, Smurfs 2 is on the menu, that should tell you what us moviegoers are dealing with here. Perhaps the more interesting of the bunch are Europa Report for its premise, a film directed by Ecuadorian Sebastian Cordero starring Sharlto Copley (District 9) and The Canyons anchored by Lindsay Lohan. The latter seems to be the one to see this week for the pop culture puns and references she begets. Read the rest of the plot lines and see who’s starring in them… something just might catch your eye. Read More

Jack Rico


2010/01/14 at 12:00am

Mark Wahlberg to do ‘Four Brothers’ sequel

Mark Wahlberg to do 'Four Brothers' sequel

I remember seeing Four Brothers and laughing so hard. I know it wasn’t a comedy, but there are some lines in that movies that are just LMAO funny! That’s when I knew that Mark Wahlberg was one of my favorite actors (see my 1:1 interview with him here).

So now I get word that he might involved in doing a sequel to it. Here’s the article we got from

Paramount is developing a sequel to its 2005 thriller “Four Brothers,” bringing back many of the creative team for “Five Brothers.”

Mark Wahlberg, the star of “Four Brothers,” hatched the sequel idea with that film’s writers, David Elliot and Paul Lovett.

The original movie, directed by John Singleton, revolved around four adopted brothers (Wahlberg, Tyrese Gibson, Andre Benjamin and Garret Hedlund) who come together to avenge their mother’s death in what at first appears to be a random robbery. Although not a massive hit, it still grossed a tidy $74 million at the domestic box office.

Plot details are being kept under wraps, and it is not clear which of the other actors, if any, would return. Hedlund would appear to be out, as his character was killed in the first movie. Wahlberg stars in Peter Jackson’s “The Lovely Bones,” which opens nationally on Friday, and appears in the upcoming “Date Night” with Steve Carell and Tina Fey.

Mack Chico


2008/11/15 at 12:00am

De Niro, Pitt to join cast of ‘The Departed 2’?

De Niro, Pitt to join cast of 'The Departed 2'?

Mark Wahlberg says a possible sequel to The Departed may feature an appearance by either Robert De Niro or Brad Pitt.

The Boogie Nights star, who received an Oscar nomination for his performance as cop Dignam in Martin Scorsese‘s version of the Hong Kong crime drama, told Digital Spy that big names have been bandied about for a sequel.

“They were talking about bringing in a couple of new guys like De Niro, maybe Brad Pitt or someone like that playing the bad guy, a corrupt politician or something,” he said. “Then, like the Hong Kong [Infernal Affairs] trilogy that the movie is based on, come back and do a prequel and bring everyone else back who was in the first.”

Wahlberg added that he would only be interested in appearing in the sequel, “If we can make it better than the first and people are willing to see it”.

Pau Brunet


2008/10/20 at 12:00am

‘Max Payne’ shoots his way to #1 at the box office

'Max Payne' shoots his way to #1 at the box office

Max Payne, the videogame adaptation starring Mark Wahlberg and Puerto Rican actor Amaury Nolasco (picture in left), shot up an easy win at the box office, even as two of the weekend’s other new releases — The Secret Life of Bees and W. — performed nicely, finishing in line with their respective estimates.

The No. 1 action flick grossed $18 million from Friday through Sunday. Although not quite on par with the debut totals of some other game-based movies, like the most recent Resident Evil films, which blew away more than $23 mil in their premieres, Max Payne‘s premiere number is a marked improvement on the first-weekend sums of Wahlberg’s previous two gun-totin’ flicks, last fall’s cop drama We Own the Night ($10.8 mil) and early 2007’s Shooter ($14.5 mil). And here’s another sort of backhanded compliment: It’s a good thing the movie earned as much as it did this weekend, for its lamentable CinemaScore grade of C portends a limited audience in the coming weeks.

Following a long reign as the top dog at the multiplex, Beverly Hills Chihuahua moved back a step to No. 2, with $11.2 mil on a mere 36 percent decline. The family film has banked nearly $70 mil since its wow bow three weeks ago. In actual fact, Chihuahua barked up a dollar figure almost identical to those of the next two movies, meaning that the final rankings may not be determined until Monday’s final numbers are released.

As it stands now, however, The Secret Life of Bees was next at No. 3 with a sweet-as-honey $11.1 mil. Playing in a medium number of theaters (1,591), the Southern drama scored the weekend’s best average among wide releases ($6,945). W. also did well given all that it had going against it. Oliver Stone’s presidential biopic was voted into fourth place with $10.6 mil in 2,030 locations — not bad for a movie opening during tough economic times about a man whom many Americans blame for said financial strains. But will the film be able to overcome its low approval rating from audiences (in the form of an impeachable CinemaScore grade of C) in the long run? Not likely.

Speaking of the long run, Eagle Eye continues to go strong after a month in theaters. The thriller rounded out the top five by adding another $7.3 mil to its $80 mil-plus total. Thus, it came in far ahead of the frame’s final new movie, the college romp Sex Drive, which got a flat tire with just $3.6 mil way back at No. 9. Also overshadowed: The weekend’s major art-house release, the Hollywood-set comedy What Just Happened?, which averaged just $6,000 in 36 locations.

Still, the overall box office was up almost 8 percent from the same weekend last year, when 30 Days of Night spooked its way to No.1.  And scary movies are exactly what we’ll be talking about next time around, when Saw V slices and dices its way into theaters. So tune in again then, folks…if you dare!

# Title % Gross Theaters Average Cume Dist. Budget
1 Max Payne $17M 3’378 $5’240 $17’7M Fox $35M
2 Beverly Hills Chihuahua -36% $11’2M 3’239 $3’458 $69M Disney
3 The Secret Life Of Bees $11M 1’591 $6’945 $11M Fox Search. $11M
4 W. $10’5M 2’030 $5’200 $10’5M Lionsgate $25M
5 Eagle Eye -33%


3’326 $2’208 $81’3M DW/Par $80M
6 Body of Lies
-47% $6’8M 2’714 $2’535 $24’4M Warner $70M
Jack Rico


2008/07/11 at 12:00am

Video: I ask Mark Wahlberg if he'll ever return as Marky Mark!

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We recently spoke to tough guy actor Mark Wahlberg, and Oscar nominated thespian I might add, about his new film Max Payne (he fractured his thumb doing a stunt), and also about ‘The Happening’ (what happened? is right).

Finally, we managed to squeeze his thoughts on a potential comeback by the defunct “Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch”. Will he do it again? Play the video and find out!


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