Magazine Alert! Mark is featured in the August 2015 issue of ElleMen Thailand Magazine.
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The boy band sensation responsible for hit songs such as, “You Got It (The Right Stuff),” and “Step by Step,” and “Hangin’ Tough,” energized the fans and brought back memories.
The five original band members have remained together though they took a break from performing in 1994. The group began touring again in 2008 and has remained active since.
“What’s up Delaware?!” shouted Donnie Wahlberg at the crowd as he greeted fans from behind the metal fence at the front of the stage. “Are you enjoying the fair?!” he asked.
Fans held their smartphones to photograph and video the event as they yelled out band member names and begged for their attention.
Despite New Kids On The Block’s fame the event did not sell out, according to State Fair officials. Ticket prices ranged from $59 at the Grandstand to $125 at the pit – which was packed to max capacity.
Band members opened their act with “Block Party” a song they released in 2013. They moved from one end of the stage to the other as they danced to make sure all fans were able to catch a glimpse of them.
Donnie Wahlberg and Colin Jost pose with host Jenny McCarthy on the set of ‘Dirty, Sexy, Funny with Jenny McCarthy’ at SiriusXM Studios on July 22, 2015 in New York City. (Photos by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)
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Wahlburgers — which is owned by actor-brothers Mark, Donnie and Paul Wahlberg — will open its first Sunshine State location in Orlando, the Orlando Business Journal reports.
The new Wahlburgers will take a spot in the SunTrust Center in downtown Orlando at 200 S. Orange Ave.
This won’t be the only Wahlburgers in Florida: It’s the first of 20 planned locations as part of a franchise agreement with an Orlando businessman, the Orlando Business Journal reports.
The burger joint and its famous owners are the subject of an A&E TV series. No information is available on whether any episodes will be filmed at the new location. The show’s fourth season premieres July 15.
Ted 2 stars Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane wow us all with some rather impressive (and some kind of sketchy) accents in a game of ‘accentuate’!
With Ted 2 out in cinemas now Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon are joined by stars of the movie, and all around funny men Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg as they play a game of ‘accentuate’.
The rules are simple – pick two cards, read aloud the phrase on the first card and then match it with the given accent on the second, simples. Mostly, it did take the acting duo a few failed attempts to get the hang of the British classic.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, UFC champ turned actress Ronda Rousey (“The Expendables 3,” “Furious 7″) and Iko Uwais (“The Raid: Redemption”) are already on board the project, which follows a CIA agent stationed in Indonesia who’s assigned to transport a compromised informant from the center of the city to the a plane waiting at the airport, 22 miles away. To get there, they must face corrupt cops, crimelords and heavily armed locals, all of whom are going for them.
Wahlberg will star as the CIA agent, while Berg will direct. They’ll both produce the film alongside Stephen Levinson. It’s written by Graham Roland (“Fringe,” “Lost”), who will serve as executive producer.
Berg and Wahlberg, who previously worked together on 2013’s “Lone Survivor,” are currently filming “Deepwater Horizon.”
Mark Wahlberg and his foul-mouthed, substance-abusing teddy bear of a best friend Ted are back in Ted 2!! Mark called into the Roz & Mocha Show to talk all the about movie.
In the follow up to the hit 2012 comedy, the furry character wants nothing more than to become a father. TED 2 is now playing everywhere!
Wahlberg is the ultimate pro—whether he’s carrying an Oscar-winning film, producing shows on TV, or simply making us laugh our asses off. (See today’s Ted 2.) But there’s much more to this father of four; namely, a struggle for redemption.
A boxy figure in a blue suit, collared shirt, and no tie emerges backlit from smoke and shadow. He walks toward you, hands in pockets, fabric draping in symmetrical billows, his gait even, steps steady, and pauses, yellow light now hitting him full in the face. Mark Wahlberg nods once, then blinks, and asks, “How was that? Again?” He turns, walks back into the shadow and smoke, stands there, waits.
He’s here on a Hollywood sound-stage, filming a promotion for the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight. For pay-per-view watchers—in other words, all of us except the precious few who could afford the many thousands of dollars it cost to be in the MGM Grand Garden Arena that night in May—the first thing we saw before the big fight, after the preliminaries, before the ring walks and the cameras panning to the celebrities in the audience, was Mark Wahlberg walking out of the smoke and shadow, his familiar drawn, beseeching, hungry face staring at us and uttering with action-hero solemnity a kind of beat poem for the pugilistic set: “A rivalry, deeper than competition, so personal it transcends sports, it speaks to the very core of human nature.”
He goes on in this macho cadence for more than 30 seconds. It’s no easy task to stand there and spout this steroidal copywriting, but Wahlberg does it with aplomb, never wavering, in two quick takes. Like after a hard left and a hard right, this promo is down for the count. The lights come up and a few dozen camera, sound, light people, and a half-dozen guys in suits seated in armchairs, a phone in each hand, can finally stand up and stretch, talk full-throatedly into their phones. Wahlberg is a pro. He got here on time. He filled out his suit like a panther does his fur. And then nailed his lines. You can’t say the same for the other guy slated to do the promo, Sean “Diddy” Combs, who, as of Wahlberg’s nailed take, was already an hour late.