New Poster: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | Latino Review
Take the spaceship out and this is literally a poser for ‘The Happening.’

New Poster: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | Latino Review

Take the spaceship out and this is literally a poser for ‘The Happening.’

Poster: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | /Film

Poster: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | /Film

First Look: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | CBM

First Look: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ | CBM

Watch: ‘Iron Man’ starring Mark Wahlberg (by OfficialComedy)

Trailer: ‘Lone Survivor' - Jan 10

Written and directed by Peter Berg, starring Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch, Ben Foster, Eric Bana, Emile Hirsh and Jerry Ferrara.

 (by Moviefone)

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CH Exclusive: Seth MacFarlane’s Rejected Pitches (with Mark Wahlberg)

The creator of “Family Guy” and “Ted” presents some movie ideas the studio passed on, just because they were terrible. 

On the way out the hostess asks, “say hello to your mother for me.”

24 Frames reports that Mark Wahlberg and Jonah Hill are signed on for Good Time Gang, an action comedy written by Max (son of John) Landis. The two would play cool-guy mercenaries whose latest mission gets complicated when it turns out one of them is related to the target. Jonah Hill sure has come a long way since that time he tried to buy novelty shoes from Catherine Keener. [24 Frames/LAT]

Mark Wahlberg loves action comedies.

Formerly titled The Turkey Bowl, the amateur football movie is now going by Three Mississippi, in which Baldwin will play father to Wahlberg.

[He’s] a Kennedys-obsessed dive bar owner who pushes his family into an annual Thanksgiving football game with Ferrell’s clan across town, which they always lose. 

When Baldwin suffers a heart attack in his august years, his dying wish is that Wahlberg reunite his grown siblings—most of whom are now addicts and ex-cons—and finally take Ferrell’s well-to-do family down. 

It’s a basketball film, which would star Wahlberg as a mentor and Bieber as a young player, sort of in the vein of The Color of Money or The Karate Kid. The script is being penned by Ian Edelman, creator of HBO’s How To Make It In America, which Wahlberg is a producer on and the idea for the film came about after Bieber was named the MVP of the celebrity game held during the NBA’s All-Star Weekend.

Hopefully it’s nothing like How To Make It In America.