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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and guest Donnie Wahlberg during Wednesday’s 9/28/16 show in New York. The actor and New Kids On The Block member shares stories from the band’s annual concert cruise and thanks all the fans who’ve stuck around since the 80s.

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Win ONE Deepwater Horizon mini poster, SIGNED by Mark Wahlberg, Kate Hudson and Gina Rodriguez!

Contest will be posted this weekend (9/30)!  Be sure to LIKE our Facebook page for more details.

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The European Premiere of ‘Deepwater Horizon’ Cineworld Leicester Square on September 26, 2016 in London, England.

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‘Deepwater Horizon’ New Orleans Premiere at The Orpheum Theatre on September 19, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Mark Wahlberg said he loved making Deepwater Horizon and being able to honor the 11 lives lost in the horrific environmental disaster. There is, however, one thing that left him quite heated about the making of the upcoming movie.

“What was really sketchy is when they lit me and Dylan O’Brien on fire,” Wahlberg said of the Hollywood stunt on ABC News’ “Good Morning America”. “They lit us on fire, and I didn’t feel too comfortable with that. They put gel and stuff on you, but then, you know, they put some other fluid on you and then they light you on fire and then they walk away. And then the other guy goes and grabs his coffee and then he’s like, ‘Hold on a second. We ready to roll?’ And I’m like, ‘Dude, I’m on fire. Roll!’”

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September 20, 2016 — Jimmy Fallon put together a competition with guest and Deepwater Horizon actor Mark Wahlberg. In a large setup on New York’s Rockefeller Plaza, the two took turns seeing who could achieve optimum accuracy with summer’s final fruit.

To no one’s surprise, Marky Mark turned out to be naturally talented at the test of strength, casually hitting the central target rings without breaking a sweat and handily beating the host at his own game. It’s not quite watermelons exploding, but you have to give it to Fallon for consistently coming up with wacky ways to showcase his guests’ secret skills.


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When you see Mark Wahlberg in Deepwater Horizon, the $150m movie based on the true story of the tragic oil rig explosion in 2010 which cost 11 crew members their lives and created the worst environmental disaster in US history, it’s hard to imagine any other Hollywood actor in the role.

It’s not so much that he resembles Mike Williams, the chief electronics technician who was the last to escape from the burning rig and on whom Wahlberg’s character was based: Williams’ face is rounded, whereas Wahlberg’s has the lean definition of someone who has spent a lifetime staying in shape. It’s more that you can absolutely believe in Wahlberg as the devoted father who jeopardises his family life by helping his wounded colleagues, and as the honest blue-collar working stiff, with a mind like a steel trap.

Wahlberg has spent more than two decades climbing to the top of the Hollywood tree. His breakthrough role in Boogie Nights came in 1997; his first Oscar nomination came 10 years later, for Scorsese’s The Departed, followed by another in 2011 for The Fighter.

You could forgive Wahlberg if he let success go to his head. He grew up poor, the youngest of nine siblings. His father was a delivery driver who left when Wahlberg was 11. He got involved with drugs and gang violence not long after, and only cleaned himself up after a spell in prison made him determined to turn his life around. He followed his brother (Donnie Wahlberg of New Kids on the Block) into music, finding success – and even a Calvin Klein modelling contract – with his hip-hop group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch before turning to acting.

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While his brothers Mark and Donnie are in the entertainment industry, the only showbiz Paul really partakes in is his restaurant’s reality TV show Wahlburgers. Food has always been to main focus in Paul’s life.

While we inhaled a few items from the Wahlburgers’ TIFF special menu that features housemade Lobster Poutine, sweet potato tots, and popcorn jalepeno shrimp, we also had a chance to catch up with Chef Paul to chat about Toronto and TIFF.

So, why did you open the first restaurant outside of Massachusetts in Toronto?

Paul: I’ve been to Toronto a bunch a times so I know the city well. I love the city life and the energy here. Walking around it’s amazing. Everyone is so nice here. For us, you know Mark and Donnie film here so much and we have so many connections here in Toronto it just made sense for us. They have a huge fan base here in the city.

Do people recognize you too?

Paul: People are nice here and they don’t really bug me. Once in a while they recognize me and I can hear them whispering. Sometimes I hear “Oh look, it’s Donnie!” which is totally fine. I got chased out of a store once with someone yelling Donnie Wahlberg! Donnie Wahlberg! The funniest is when people come up to me and complain about my brothers. They don’t like a movie they’re in or something and I guess they think I’ll go back and discuss that with them. But what’s really funny is when people come up and tell me that they love my mother. So I tell my mom that people love her and that they say hello. But then she’ll ask me who they were.

Are you TIFFing while you’re here?

Paul: (laughs) I’ve been here a few times around TIFF and I like to walk around the area and along King Street and Spadina. I love all the pop-up places but it’s been a busy time for me here at the restaurant. I did walk over to get a porchetta sandwich down on King Street near here. It was pretty amazing. The crackling, the bread, it’s the perfect sandwich. Mark is here for TIFF. It’s a beautiful time of year to be here. (Mark is in town for the premiere of his film Deepwater Horizon)

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Chef and owner of popular restaurant Wahlburgers, Paul Wahlberg introduces the new Mac ‘N Cheese with Smoked Bacon – Breakfast Television (BTtoronto), September 13, 2016

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The production has officially started on Transformers 5 … and they’re in Britain.

Explosions and Hollywood stars descended on an historic Northumberland town as the set from the new Transformers movie set up in front of Alnwick Castle.

Actor Mark Wahlberg along with director Michael Bay were seen filming Transformers: The Last Knight outside the home of the Duke of Northumberland.

Two explosions were captured by a drone after numerous super cars from the film were seen driving near Kielder Water earlier in the week.

The crew were seen going back and forth along the road from Alnwick Garden to the castle, as the morning fog was slowly burnt off by the sun.

Cranes and lights were set up pointing through the castle windows as filming took place inside as well.

Wahlberg, 45, who also starred in Ted, The Departed and The Boxer, paused for a break in filming to have his make-up done as Bay gave out instructions.

The fifth instalment in the series, which has Steven Spielberg as an executive producer, also filmed in London near Bank tube station, when a dramatic stunt saw a car hurled onto its side.

The series, directed by Bay, has grossed over £2.79bn ( 3.7bn) worldwide.

Stars in the film, which is expected to shoot in other places around the North East, include Sir Anthony Hopkins, Stanley Tucci and Isabela Moner.

[mirror.co.uk]

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Mark Wahlberg speaks onstage at ‘In Conversation With… Mark Wahlberg’ during the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival at TIFF Bell Lightbox – and – “Deepwater Horizon” premiere screening party presented by Johnnie Walker at The Addison Residence on September 13, 2016 in Toronto, Canada.



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St Andrews is no stranger to A-listers popping in from time to time and locals were delighted when the Wahlbergs arrived in town yesterday (September 6). Actor Mark Wahlberg visited a kilt shop in the town and was spotted getting into a vintage red sports car as throngs of people flocked to grab a snap.

The star of smash-hit movies such as Boogie Nights and Martin Scorsese’s The Departed also enjoyed a round of golf on the historic Old Course.

He’s in Fife while filming takes place for the US reality series Wahlburgers, which gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the restaurant chain owned by Mark and his brothers Paul and Donnie.

Chef Paul sampled The Tavern’s menu at Strathkinness. “This is my first time in Scotland,” he said. “It’s my first trip and it’s absolutely beautiful, and it’s been made better because my brother was kind enough to get me a car.”  [thecourier.co.uk]

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(NEW YORK) — Actor and recording artist Donnie Wahlberg has three hits on his hands at the moment. The seventh season premiere of Blue Bloods hits the small screen on September 23rd on CBS, and his other family business — the burger franchise Wahlburgers, that is, not Hollywood — is booming, too, and has spawned a popular A&E reality show of the same name to boot.

“Vegas is the 11th location,” Donnie tells ABC News of the punnily-named burger joint owned by he, his chef sibling Paul, and their Transformers series star brother Mark. “There will be 15 by the end of the year, open,” Donnie adds, “and I think there’ll be another hundred within two years.”

The New Kids on the Block performer says Blue Bloods is, “another incarnation for me,” adding, “for years…when people saw me in the street, they’d say, ‘Oh! My sister loved you!’ Now it’s every day — I can’t really go an hour without somebody saying, ‘We love Blue Bloods,’ or ‘the family dinner [scenes]’ or ‘we watch it together as a family.’”

The series has been very popular for some time now, the actor beams, adding, “but now that it’s gone into syndication, it’s just gone to another level.”

Wahlberg adds that the seventh season finds his Detective Danny Reagan, “In hot water again…because he’s sort of an old school cop in a world where those ways don’t really work — and while they may be effective in getting the bad guy, they also, you know, walk the line — and sometimes cross the line.”

Blue Bloods airs on CBS on Fridays at 10 p.m. Eastern time.

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Mark Wahlberg slicks his hair back while getting into character for Transformers: The Last Knight filming on Monday (September 5) in London, England.

The 45-year-old actor was joined on set by his co-star Laura Haddock.

According to Variety, Stanley Tucci is officially set to reprise his role as Joshua Joyce in the film.  [justjared.com]

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The actor and Wahlburgers restaurant co-owner dishes on three family favorite burgers for the “GMA” burger blowout!


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