With his new action adventure Mile 22 in cinemas now, we thought it was time to take stock of Mark Wahlberg's huge back catalogue to find out which were his best movies yet.
Mark Wahlberg has revealed his intense daily fitness routine which sees him get up at 2.30am and go to bed at 7.30pm. The actor has previously spoken out about his devotion to his workout regime but has now revealed the meticulous structure his day takes to ensure his wellbeing. Answering fan questions on his Instagram stories, Wahlberg posted a screenshot of his daily routine including his time for prayer, workout slots and family time.
Mark Wahlberg claims that Burt Reynolds "hated" 'Boogie Nights', despite receiving an Oscar nomination for his performance.
Ironically, Wahlberg's supporting turn in "The Departed" earned him his first and only acting Oscar nomination.
Mark Wahlberg plays a covert intelligence operative who's a member of a shadowy squad in the first preview for a potential franchise-launcher.
It may have been one of his most celebrated performances, but the movie Mark Walhberg regrets doing the most is 'Boogie Nights'.
The brand new trailer for 'Daddy's Home 2' sees Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson and John Lithgow come together for a family Christmas like no other. In UK cinemas from 22 November, with previews 18 & 19 November.
The aptly titled Daddy’s Home 2 has a first trailer, which indicates that Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s parental figures will be contending with not only each other this time around, but also with their respective fathers — played by John Lithgow and Mel Gibson.
Paramount has released a series of striking new character posters for ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ ahead of the film’s release on 22 June. Featuring Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, and roughly 500 tonnes of heavy metal robots in disguise, you can check out all 12 new posters here.
Turns out 'Transformers: The Last Knight' have been with us throughout pivotal points in history: Watch Anthony Hopkins explain in new TV spot
It’s finally here – ‘Transformers 5’ has just released its first trailer. Starring Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, it looks as though Earth is in for even more robotic pummelling as Optimus Prime returns along with a new threat. ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ picks up where ‘Age of Extinction’ left off.
Peter Berg’s upcoming disaster thriller Deepwater Horizon gives faces to the men and women who were aboard the titular drilling rig when it was rocked by an explosion. Chief among those faces in the film version is Mark Wahlberg, who plays Deepwater Horizon’s southern-drawled crewman Mike Williams. Deepwater Horizon is the first of two films this fall from Berg and Wahlberg, along with the Boston marathon bombing drama Patriots Day, which examine real-life tragedy through the lens of a suspenseful actioner.
As reports say 'Aquaman'/'Game of Thrones' actor is in advanced talks to join director Corin Hardy (back on the project he exited in March), we review the timeline of announcements about the attempted reboot over the past almost 8 years
It looks as though ‘Transformers 5’ is going to pull out the big guns… as voice actor Mark Ryan spills the beans on what we can expect. During an appearance at Wings and Wheels UK (via Christian Post), the 59-year-old voice actor (who voiced Lockdown in ‘Age of Extinction’), revealed everything he knows about the movie’s plot so far. “The plan is to have Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and the Dinobots - with a few Autobots thrown in for good measure - assemble to tackle an impending threat on Earth,” expanded the folks at CBM.