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'Transformers 4': Shia LaBeouf Gets Replaced By Nicola Peltz And Brendon...

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Because his insufferability is to the point that not even a megabudget Transformers sequel can contain him, it’s been known for some time that Shia LaBeouf would not be returning for Michael Bay’s Transformers 4.   Rumor has had it that this film would feature a female protagonist (because Michael Bay’s all about progressive gender politics) with a race car-driving...

'Broken City' Clip: Russell Crowe Intimidates Mark Walhberg

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They say January is where movies go to die. Allen Hughes' upcoming political thriller Broken City has an impressive cast, but can it do better than Mark Wahlberg's last January film (Contraband)? Our hopes are much higher for this one, especially after this first clip where an intimidating Russell Crowe tells Wahlberg, "I own you."

'Transformers 4' To Be Set Four Years Later, Will Still Feature Robot...

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Though it won’t see a release for another year and a half—June 27, 2014, to be exact—the news surrounding Transformers 4: Seriously, A Fourth One? has already been ramping up of late.  First came the rumor that Mark Wahlberg would star.  Then Michael Bay said he wouldn’t star.  Then Bay said, ‘sure, internet, what the hell—let’s put Wahlberg in there.’  Now Bay has...

'Transformers 4' Will Star Mark Wahlberg, Gets A New Logo

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First, there was the internet rumor that Mark Wahlberg, fresh off of Michael Bay’s Pain and Gain, would also star in Bay’s upcoming Transformers 4.  Then Bay came forward to deny the rumors, and stated that he and Wahlberg were in talks about another project.  Then Bay came out again and stated that, hey, maybe the internet was on to something with that whole ‘Mark...

'Transformers 4': The Internet Might Force Mark Wahlberg To Star

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Two weeks ago, internet chatter spit forth the rumor that Mark Wahlberg was in negotiations to star in Michael Bay’s Transformers 4.   And it sort of made sense—Wahlberg and Bay apparently shared a close working relationship during the filming of Bay’s upcoming Pain and Gain earlier this year, so why not work together again?  Well, Bay put the kibosh...

'Transformers 4': Mark Wahlberg Will Not Star, According To Michael Bay

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Yesterday, rumors kicked loose that Mark Wahlberg, who recently just completed filming Michael Bay’s Pain and Gain—a biopic about two “psychotic gym rats in Miami who get into kidnapping and murder”—would be the star of Bay’s newest insult to coherent cinema, Transformers 4.  Which would be something of a shock, as Wahlberg, while he may not be Laurence...

Ted: Movie Review

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Ted is Seth MacFarlane unleashed. The writer, actor, and producer is making an R-rated splash with his feature directorial debut. He takes all the crude, yet hilarious jokes cut from Family Guy and puts them on the big screen. On the surface, Ted is a raunchy comedy but at its core there's a heartfelt story about two...

'Ted' Moves Into The 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Release Date of June 29

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Summer 2012 is beginning to feel like a game of “release date musical chairs."   After Paramount’s surprise move to push back action sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation from June 29th to 2013, Universal has decided to make hay while the proverbial sun shines by shuffling Seth McFarlane‘s R-rated comedy Ted as well.  Ted has now...

Blu-ray and DVD Picks For April 24 – 30

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This week we're starting to see some of 2012's movies hit DVD and Blu-ray, and still some of 2011's best (and want-to-be bests). The best of the lot is the original TV miniseries version of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, with Alec Guiness playing the role that gave Gary Oldman an Oscar nomination. It's not a great week for Blu-ray, but as...

Mark Wahlberg's Teddy Bear Comes To Life In The 'Ted' Red-Band Trailer...

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Imagine your favorite doll as a little kid.  Now imagine that you wished he could come to life and be your best friend—what a fun childhood that would make, right?  Now imagine that it’s 30 years later, you’re tickling middle age, and your walking, talking, sentient and foul-mouthed teddy bear is still living with you, getting high, sleeping around and working at the local grocery...

'Contraband' Star Mark Wahlberg Apologizes For 'Ridiculous' 9/11 Comments...

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Oh, foot-in-mouth disease.  It’s a fascinating affliction that seems to haunt a good number of celebrities, who, due to a near-constant worship in the media, begin to feel as if they have all the answers to the world’s problems, and have no qualms about letting the rest of us know about it.  Case in point: Mark Wahlberg, who recently all but announced that the people on board the...

Contraband: Movie Review

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Contraband – Mark Wahlberg and Ben Foster
Trailers for the Icelandic film remake Contraband show an action-packed heist thriller where Mark Wahlberg runs around with a gun and big bills around his torso, killing bad guys with bad tattoos. The 110-minute feature isn't much different. This January flick is loaded with famous Hollywood faces like Wahlberg including Kate...

Bradley Cooper is out of The Crow

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Limitless: Bradley Cooper as Eddie Morra Pre-NZT
1994's The Crow was a box office success, and spawned a number of (mostly) direct to video sequels. But part of the appeal of that version was its gothic nature, enhanced by the tragedy of Brandon Lee dying during production. Whatever direction Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's remake is going, it doesn't seem to embrace that original spirit. The Hollywood Reporter has...

Mark Wahlberg Wants to Make a Sequel to The Fighter

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When The Fighter was making the junket rounds, Mark Wahlberg joked about how there could be a series of films made about his real-life character Micky Ward's fights with Arturo Gatti. He said "We’re doing those fights in the sequel. We’ll do four more films. We’ll do the first Gatti fight in the sequel" which led to director David O. Russell...

Mark Wahlberg Has Ideas for The Fighter Sequel

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Mark Wahlberg has a lot to be thankful for this year. The actor produced and starred in a film that received several Oscar nominations, and two wins for its stars Melissa Leo and Christian Bale. The Fighter was truly a labor of love for Wahlberg who championed for years to get it to the big screen. When all the stars aligned, he got it made, and it was a hit. This...

Giovanni Ribisi Joins Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis in Ted

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The cast for Seth MacFarlane's Ted just got a little bigger. The comedy's roster features Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, Adam Scott, and now according to Variety, Giovanni Ribisi has just joined the cast. The movie will mark MacFarlane's directorial debut for the big screen. He's best known for his work on Fox's "Family Guy," "The Cleveland...

Mark Wahlberg Fights His Way to the Respect of His Peers

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Damn. Marky Mark--excuse us, Mark Wahlberg--has come a long way, hasn't he? The Fighter, the true story of boxer "Irish" Micky Ward, is opening in theaters with Wahlberg in the title role, and it looks like the film has a good shot at claiming more than a few Oscar nominations (check out our review giving the film a 10/10). Talented ensemble cast? Check. Real-life...

The Fighter: Movie Review

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Get ready to be be impressed by director David O. Russell and producer Mark Wahlberg's cinematic experience The Fighter. Not only does this film boost an amazing true story but it also contains some of the best supporting roles of the year by all Christian Bale, Melissa Leo and Amy Adams. It's stunning. Find out why below...

Mark Wahlberg And Christian Bale Talk The Fighter

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The magnitude of the five year development fiasco that preceded the green light for this weekend's fanatically anticipated release, The Fighter (directed by David O. Russell), seems unparalleled. Based on the life and career of the legendary "Irish" Micky Ward, played by Mark Wahlberg, The Fighter offers far more than your average boxing flick. For those of you...