Mark Wahlberg speaks about his worst-ever role

Broken City star also reveals the truth to those Russell Crowe rumours.

Mark Wahlberg has spoken about his “worst-ever role”, after we asked him whether he still thought panned 2002 romance ‘The Truth About Charlie' really was the worst movie of his career:

“There were a few good things about ‘The Truth About Charlie’,” said Wahlberg, “I spent four months in Paris. I spent my 30th birthday in Paris. I was introduced to beautiful French cuisine, beautiful Bordeauxs… and some other beautiful things in Paris.”

“The movie just didn’t turn out the way I had hoped. I was pretty awful.”

Never mind Mark. Every cloud and all that…

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In an exclusive interview with Yahoo! Movies, Mark also spoke about his experience working with infamously “handy” co-star Russell Crowe, in new political thriller ‘Broken City’: “Listen, the guy came on the set and was an awesome pro - you can’t ask for much more than that,” he said.

“We’ve all had our days where we’ve done things that we probably regret – I don’t think [many people have been] so much under the microscope as Russell might have been at the time. I’ve certainly had my moments.”

‘Broken City’, directed by Allen Hughes, is out now in the UK.