This week, news broke that Mark Wahlberg is seeking a governor’s pardon for crimes he committed when he was 16 years old. This is interesting for several reasons. Most know of his checkered legal past, but few knew the exact nature of the crimes Wahlberg committed in his teen years. Read more…
Ashton Kutcher gives us details on his baby girl, Kate Winslet spills on why she never hooked up with Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg is concerned about Netflix movies, and more First Dibs.
If you’ve fantasized about one of them, two of them, or all of them together, you’re not alone. They’re Hollywood brothers. And at one point or another, they’ve made us thank our lucky stars that talent and good looks can come in multiple forms.
Mark Feuerstein‘s medical knowledge is put to the test and the next Transformers installment takes on Judgment Day. Also, did Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie go on a secret getaway for a movie?
The DWTS crew tells us how they feel about the season finale winners, Woody Allen is at it again with a new film, and you’ll never guess the cuties Mark Wahlberg just posed with for a magazine.
After starring in the harrowing true story of Navy SEALs ambushed in Afghanistan, Mark Wahlberg is ready for a slightly less stressful popcorn flick. He’ll next be seen in Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Age of Extinction, leading the charge for the latest installment of the popular franchise. It’s a project he’s excited about, and one he plans to show his children. “I haven’t really done anything that was kid friendly,” Wahlberg told PEOPLE this week. “It was really the best of both worlds, because [Transformers] was something they’d be interested in and something I hadn’t done before.” Something else Ella, Michael, Brendan and Grace can enjoy? The 2014 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, which their dad happens to be hosting. But considering the actor has played a porn star, a drug addict and a vengeful cop (among other things), how many of his films has the KCA core audience actually seen?
Who’s the latest person to defend Woody Allen? Questions remain after Philip Seymour Hoffman‘s death, and Matt Damon shares his thoughts on Ben Affleck‘s role as Batman.
Let us be clear: Lone Survivor is a serious war movie, a brutal look at the violence of combat in Afghanistan based on the tragic true story as told by Navy SEALs veteran Marcus Luttrell. But even if, like us, you’re not normally into war movies, this movie from director Peter Berg deserves your attention, for reasons both serious and completely NOT. Take, for instance, Mark Wahlberg’s complaint (in the video above) about what went down between this all-male cast on location in the mountains of New Mexico.