1. Who sucks the most?
That’s um… really mean, but a really interesting voting system.
That’s the spirit, Mr. Wahlberg. I wonder if he knew that his placement of the pumpkins was just too perfect.
3. Scarlett Johanson faceplants (but it’s fake)
Any ScarJo fangirls can relax, this faceplant was intentional for a movie!
4. Hungry bird
Apparently a guy wanted to feed his parrot, and then found said parrot already feasting in the box. I just really hope the little guy is able to breath. He seems to be inhaling those little fruits and nuts.
There are too many amazing things about this photo. First, the complete and utter oblivion of the woman in this photo. Second, the middle child’s face. Third the backhanded slap that was the result of the complete fail. Though the pain must have been horrible, this captured a funny moment for the family.
I’m usually skeptical when I see parodies of one person acting out several roles but Alex Farnham NAILS IT. In the newest video on his YouTube page DamItsGood808, he impersonates a slew of actors auditioning for The Dark Knight. Included is Russell Brand, Mark Wahlberg and Leonardo DiCaprio. It’s not really a battle here people. Ryan Gosling wins at life.
My friends usually find me at the nearest theatre on warm summer nights, sitting in the middle seat of the middle row, with the tallest cup of Diet Pepsi on my right and a huge jug of extra buttered popcorn on my left. It’s very technical you see.
Honestly, I’m probably the biggest movie junkie out there. I love all things Hollywood: the atmosphere, the costumes, the lights, the glitz and the glamour. I proudly incorporate movie references in every day conversations. Yes, I am that girl.
In honour of my movie nerdieness, I’ve put together five movies I’m looking forward to this summer.
1) The guilty pleasure: LOL
Not only does it star Miley Cyrus but it has a relatable storyline. The movie follows a young girl as she falls in love for the first time and begins to discover herself. Don’t look at me like that! I know it sounds sappy, but I predict it’ll be one of those guilty pleasure chick flicks. Just watch the trailer and trust me.
2) The superhero movie: The Avengers
Marvel released a brand new kick ass clip of The Avengers today and Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow channels Drew Barrymore in Charlie’s Angels when she destroys a gang with her hands tied behind a chair. Win. Read more…
Actor and producer Mark Wahlberg was initially set to board one of the hijacked planes on 9/11. He decided to stay in Toronto an extra week to see his friends film at the Toronto International Film Festival.
To this day, Mark must be constantly thanking his lucky stars that he cheated death while thousands of other innocent people lost their lives. Rather than being grateful and compassionate, Mark decided to act arrogant and cocky about it.
In an interview with Men’s Journal, Mark says he could have totally prevented the 9/11 attacks. Why? Because 20+ years making action movies has taught him precisely how to take on those terrorists with bombs.
“If I was on that plane with my kids, it wouldn’t have went down like it did. There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, ‘okay, we’re going to land somewhere safely, don’t worry,’” Mark says.
Mark doesn’t believe anyone else on either of those planes had any bravery, courage or piloting skills like him and for that, he is a grade A asshole. Welcome to flight 158 to Douchebagville, Mark! Strap on a seatbelt. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.
The restaurant will be located in their hometown of Boston. The establishment will also serve alcohol, as The Boston Herald reports the guys have been approved for a liquor license. The place is a brand-new 80-seat, 4,300-square-foot restaurant set to launch in the coming months in the Hingham Shipyard area of Boston.
“I am sitting at a table with a gentleman who is better looking than you and is in better shape than me,” Wahlberg said to DiCaprio Thursday at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel. “So, we’re both out of a job, dude. Taylor Lautner! We’re screwed.”
“It’s over, dude,” Wahlberg continued as the room burst into laughter. “Titanic and Boogie Nights were a long time ago. I accept it. I had a good run and on to the next.”
We see it as a changing of the tide. It’s time for a new generation – the Lautner generation!
Rumors have been circulating for years that Entourage would become a movie. Now it looks more certain than ever that it’s going to happen, considering the HBO series is just finishing its last season.
During a recent press tour, creator Mark Wahlberg and executive producer Doug Ellin more or less said it’s a sure thing. “If I had to finance it myself, I would do it,” Wahlberg said. Ellin was even more direct.
“We’re going to do a movie. We’re going to do it, the question is when and how quickly. Hopefully we’ll come down with an idea and make it happen,” said Ellin.
We are concerned about the plot of the movie. How do you change this ongoing series into a 2 hour story? Also will it involve the same cast? All these questions are yet to be answered. However even if this movie sucks, with the loyalty of the Entourage audience and the star power of Wahlberg, it will easily make some records at the box office.
Gossip Cop has announced that Justin Bieber and Mark Wahlberg will be working together on an upcoming Paramount Pictures street basketball movie, which is said to be “a gritty basketball-based drama with a “The Color of Money meets The Karate Kid” tone.”
Apparently, Bieber impressed Wahlberg with his b-ball skills at the celebrity game during NBA All-Star Weekend, where Bieber was named MVP. The film, which is of yet sill untitled, will be produced by Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, and Scooter Braun, Bieber’s manager, and the script will be written by Ian Edelmen, according to Deadline.
This definitely sounds like it has a lot of potential to be a great film! Keeping in mind that Bieber’s documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never grossed $97 million worldwide, while Wahlberg’s Oscar-winning The Fighter which has been praised far and wide.
Rewind a number of years to when Wahlberg first made his transition from his funky bunch to serious actor, starring in a few projects including The Basketball Diaries, where he co-starred with Leonardo DiCaprio. Think that this basketball movie can do the same for Bieber’s career? It’s hard to say, but it will definitely be interesting to see where Bieber’s acting career can go! No doubt that his ever-reliable Belieber minions will fill theatres everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the Biebs on the big screen, but what would be interesting is who else joins them.
The film is expected to be officially announced shortly, but for now you can check out Bieber’s MVP-worthy hoop skills below.
Do you think a basketball movie will be able to launch Bieber’s acting career as it did Wahlberg?
It looks like Entourage producer Mark Wahlberg stopped talking to animals long enough to make a new comedy pilot!
The project, called Home Game, was purchased by mega network CBS and should launch into production soon. The show is loosely based on the life of the show’s co-producter, Superbowl vet and NFL pro Mark Schlereth.
Sports! Comedy! Together! Very inventive Mr. Wahlberg. Say hi to your mother for me, ok?
Any thoughts on the new pilot? Is this a money grab on Wahlberg’s part or do you think the show actually stands a chance?
OK everyone you are in for a treat – we got an interview with Tie Domi (That was some Toronto Maple Leafs humor, and in actuality Tie wouldn’t talk to us.) However, Mark Wahlberg did stop and speak with us about his new movie titled “The Fighter,” which is getting rave reviews. We also had a chat with Eric Weinstein, who is the real “E.” If you watch Entourage, you will know who we are referring to. And we also offer Mark Wahlberg a billion dollars…….Enjoy!
In a real-life re-enactment of an Entourage episode, Mark Wahlberg will head to the golf course with series stars Adrian Grenier, Kevin Dillon and Jerry Ferrera.
The group will play at L.A.’s Wilshire Country Club this Monday at a charity event for The Mark Wahlberg Youth foundation.
Along with the Entourage will be fellow actors Jack Nicholson, Don Cheadle, Greg Kinnear, Jon Hamm and James Denton.
“I cannot be put in this position and forget where I came from,” Mark explained to etonline.com. “A lot of people don’t have the opportunity to really get a second chance, so we try to create an opportunity for the kids.”
Not only is Mark Wahlberg expecting baby number three, but the actor is also planning on marrying long-time girlfriend Rhea Durham—finally.
“We continue to grow in our relationship,” Wahlberg told People magazine on Thursday at San Diego’s Comic-Con International. “I think we have a much better chance at succeeding and staying together.”
The 37-year-old actor and Durham, 30, plan to have a formal wedding next summer after their baby is born.
“I wasn’t prepared to be married – I don’t care who it was – at [age] 20 or 30,” said Wahlberg. But now, he says, he’s ready for “committing to really making it work constantly and all the other things that go into building a solid foundation.”
Mark Wahlberg may be bringing the Payne very soon.
The Oscar-nominated actor is in negotiations to star in “Max Payne,” Fox’s live-action adaptation of the bestselling Rockstar game.
Wahlberg would play the titular DEA agent, who is haunted by the murders of his wife and child and finds himself in the middle of a mob war.
John Moore (“Behind Enemy Lines,” “Flight of the Phoenix”) will direct the film, which is set to begin early next year.
Wahlberg is currently shooting Peter Jackson’s “The Lovely Bones” and recently wrapped up M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Happening,” which will be released next summer.
He can be seen in theatres now alongside Joaquin Phoenix and Robert Duvall in “We Own The Night.”