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Originally posted 12/17/2013 11:55AM
Mark Wahlberg is upfront when it comes to discussing how his faith plays a central role in his life.
"It's the most important part of my life. I don't try to push it on anybody and I don't try to hide it," the Lone Survivor actor, 42, told Parade.
In fact, Wahlberg, who is Irish Catholic, often goes to church twice on Sundays.
Originally posted 12/11/2013 11:00AM
Also starring in this new venture is their lesser-known but similarly outspoken older brother Paul, who isn't necessarily keen on having the celebrity siblings step into his groove. Check out a first look at A&E's new reality show, Wahlburgers.
"Being in business with my brothers was never the plan," says Paul.
Originally posted 11/14/2013 03:30PM
Mark Wahlberg has never been afraid to state his opinion. At the AFI premiere of his movie Lone Survivor, Wahlberg launched into passionate remarks when asked about his training regimen for the film in which he plays a Navy Seal.
"For actors to sit there and talk about, 'Oh I went to SEAL training'? I don’t give a f–– what you did," Wahlberg said Tuesday. "You don’t do what these guys did. For somebody to sit there and say my job was as difficult as being in the military? How f––ing dare you, while you sit in a makeup chair for two hours."
Media outlets began speculating whether he was lashing out at Tom Cruise, who was asked during his deposition for his libel suit against Bauer Publishing if he was aware his lawyers had likened his absences from his family for movie-making to those in the military serving overseas.
Originally posted 11/13/2013 09:50AM
Mark Wahlberg says his family won't be the new Kardashians.
Wahlberg will appear in a new unscripted A&E series about family-owned restaurant Wahlburgers alongside his mother and brothers Donnie and Paul. But the actor and producer shoots down any comparison to that other famous set of reality TV siblings.
"No, no. It's very different. It's very different. Nothing against them. They've been hugely successful," he said in an interview Tuesday before the premiere of his war film Lone Survivor. ''It's just about building a family business. Uh, it's just very different, very different."
Originally posted 10/21/2013 05:20PM
It's been more than two years since Entourage aired its series finale, but fans of the HBO hit will be happy to hear that the boys will be back – this time on a much larger screen.
Kevin Connolly, who played Vincent Chase's (Adrian Grenier) manager and best friend Eric Murphy for eight seasons, told TMZ Monday that not only is an Entourage movie in the works, but that production on the film will begin as early as January.
"It's gonna happen," Connolly, 39, said. "It's a complicated thing, but I'm in."
Originally posted 09/16/2013 06:30PM
Actor and producer Mark Wahlberg has a new title to add to his resume – high school graduate.
The 42-year-old received his diploma in June and tells PEOPLE that his four children were a big motivation for hitting the books. "I didn't want the kids saying, 'You didn't do it, so why do I need it?' They are all wanting to do things in their future that require an education."
The Ted star, who had a troubled childhood and dropped out in the ninth grade being charged with attempted murder, says getting his diploma is "a huge accomplishment."
Originally posted 08/02/2013 04:00PM
Wahlberg and Washington are too much fun in 2 Guns, but PEOPLE's writers say the little blue sprites will leave you smurfing annoyed.
Originally posted 04/24/2013 07:45AM
On the mend? Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is healing Superman-fast after emergency surgery.
Wearing a Superman shirt, the Pain & Gain star Tweeted a photo of himself in his hospital bed after having surgery Monday to repair torn abductor and abdomen muscles suffered in his WWE Champion title fight against winner John Cena.
"Surgery a success! Dr. repaired 3 hernial tears (fun pain). Superman is on the mend," Johnson wrote.
Originally posted 04/16/2013 07:55AM
One of Boston's most famous sons, Mark Wahlberg, said Monday that he was deeply upset by the bombings at the city's marathon, and that something must be done to stem the violence that's increasingly putting innocent lives at risk.
"It's just so upsetting," the Oscar nominee, 41, told PEOPLE at a screening of his new film, Pain & Gain, at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York, hosted by The Cinema Society and Men's Fitness.
"Obviously I've got a huge family and so many family and friends back in Boston. I don't know what exactly happened, and I don't know if everyone's okay. I'm just trying to be here [at the screening] and put on a brave face and just be a professional."
Originally posted 04/14/2013 10:30AM
By the time host Rebel Wilson is done with everybody Mark Wahlberg expects to laugh, be surprised – and maybe be a little hurt – at this weekend's MTV Movie Awards.
"I think she may insult some people, but she is very, very funny," Wahlberg, 41, tells PEOPLE at Thursday night's Miami premiere of his movie Pain & Gain, presented by Grey Goose.
The actor certainly seems poised for a Wilson barb. He's nominated for best duo for being paired with a computer-animated bear voiced (profanely) by Seth MacFarlane in Ted. Wahlberg's up against a pal, Will Ferrell, nominated with Zach Galifianakis for The Campaign.
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