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Snake Eyes Trailer: Discover What Hides Behind the Mask

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Paramount Pictures has released a brand new Snake Eyes trailer for their forthcoming G.I. Joe spinoff, starring Henry Golding and Andrew Koji. The film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on Friday, July 23. Its current release date pits it against three competitors in the form of M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming thriller Old and the Mark Wahlberg-led biopic drama Joe Bell. The video begins with Golding’s titular character as he saves Koji’s Storm Shadow from the mob. As a way o...
Tags: Video, Japan, Movies, Action, Mark Wahlberg, Paramount Pictures, Joe, Baroness, Comic Book, Koji, Golding, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, ComingSoon, Movie News, Robert Schwentke, Brian Goldner

Mark Wahlberg Is JOE BELL - First Trailer and Poster

First look at the true life drama. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Joe Bell’ Trailer: It’s Up to Mark Wahlberg to End Bullying Forever

After premiering at the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival, the anti-bullying drama Joe Bell is finally coming to theaters this year. Once titled Good Joe Bell, the movie tells the true story of Oregonian father Joe Bell (Mark Wahlberg) ,who pays tribute to his gay teenage son Jadin (Reid Miller) by embarking on a self-reflective walk across America to speak his heart to heartland citizens about the real and terrifying costs of bullying. Watch the Joe Bell trailer below. Joe Bell Trail...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Oregon, New York City, America, United States, Mark-Wahlberg, Adaptation, Movie Trailers, True Story, Joe, Brokeback Mountain, Roadside Attractions, Reid Miller, Marshall Shaffer, Joe Bell

Mark Wahlberg & Reid Miller in Walk-Across-America 'Joe Bell' Trailer

"I still got a lot of road ahead of me." Roadside Attractions has unveiled an official trailer for Joe Bell, a heartfelt drama which first premiered at last year's Toronto Film Festival. The latest from up-and-coming filmmaker Reinaldo Marcus Green (of Monsters and Men previously, and the upcoming King Richard). The true story of a small town, working class father who embarks on a solo walk across the entire U.S. to crusade against bullying after his son is tormented in high school for being...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Mark Wahlberg, To Watch, Reid Miller, Reinaldo Marcus Green, Jadin, Walk Across America Joe Bell Trailer, Mark Wahlberg Reid Miller

Joe Bell Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Stars in Biopic Drama

Roadside Attractions has released the official Joe Bell trailer for Reinaldo Marcus Green’s upcoming biographical drama, centering around a true father-and-son story about acceptance and redemption. The film is scheduled to make its debut in theaters on Friday, July 23. Its current release date will see the Mark Wahlberg-led drama going up against three major competitors in the form of Paramount Pictures’ action G.I. Joe spinoff Snake Eyes, Universal Pictures’ M. Night Shyamalan-directed thrill...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Drew Brees, America, Mark Wahlberg, Paramount Pictures, Joe, Miller, Stu, Wahlberg, Larry McMurtry, Hotel Transylvania, Connie Britton, ComingSoon, Gary Sinise

‘The Tomorrow War’ Star Betty Gilpin Was Happy to Wear Comfy Sweaters While Chris Pratt Injured Himself Doing Action Scenes [Interview]

There’s an elephant in the room when you talk to Betty Gilpin about her role in The Tomorrow War. Even though the star of GLOW and The Hunt brings humor and charm to her role as the wife of Chris Pratt’s former solider who is recruited to travel through time to fight aliens in an apocalyptic future, she’s still playing…you know, the wife who stays home and doesn’t get to fight the aliens. But do you know who doesn’t care about that? Betty Gilpin. “I was very happy to be eating bagels in baggy s...
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Infinite Ending: Explaining How Mark Wahlberg’s Reincarnation Action Movie Shook Out

Ready to break down the Paramount+ streaming exclusive?
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‘Ted’ TV Series Coming to Peacock for More R-Rated Teddy Bear Action

Ted, the movie where Mark Wahlberg hangs out with a teddy bear who sounds a lot like Peter Griffin, is becoming a TV series over at Peacock. Seth MacFarlane, who directed, co-wrote, and voice acted in Ted and Ted 2, is on board to executive produce the series through his Fuzzy Door company. It’s the second TV series Peacock has landed from McFarlane’s Fuzzy Door – earlier this year they ordered The End is Nye, a Fuzzy Door show hosted by Bill Nye. I didn’t know this until now, but Ted is app...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Ted, Mark Wahlberg, Nye, Seth-MacFarlane, Bill Nye, Peacock, McFarlane, Peter Griffin, Film to TV, Erica Huggins, Seth McFarlane, MRC Television, Universal Studio Group

Peacock Orders Ted TV Series, Seth MacFarlane in Negotiations to Voice

Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s foul-mouthed teddy bear is coming back as Peacock has ordered a television series based on Ted from UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, and MRC Television. MacFarlane is not yet confirmed to voice the character in the upcoming show, but is said to be “in negotiations” at this point. He will executive produce the program along with Erica Huggins for Fuzzy Door. RELATED: Gordon Green, McBride & MacFarlane Team for Smokey and the Bandit Series The live-a...
Tags: TV, Movies, Boston, Ted, Mark Wahlberg, TV News, Streaming, Nye, Seth Macfarlane, Voice, Bill Nye, Peacock, Smokey, John Bennett, Macfarlane, Wahlberg

Infinite Reviews Have Arrived, Here's What Critics Are Saying About The New Mark Wahlberg Movie

Mark Wahlberg's latest action flick is almost here! Check out what critics are saying about Infinite.
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‘Infinite’ Review: Mark Wahlberg Reincarnation Thriller Will Leave You With Déjà Vu

One good thing that can be said about Mark Wahlberg-starring, straight-to-streaming reincarnation derby “Infinite,” in which a special group of humans are fortunate/cursed enough to recall their past lives: It’s the first film from Antoine Fuqua since “Bait” to clock in under two hours. That’s no small relief — especially given the never-ending threat of […]
Tags: Reviews, Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Antoine Fuqua, Infinite

Boston's Mark Wahlberg stars in the Antoine Fuqua-directed sci-fi thriller 'Infinite'

Boston actor Mark Wahlberg takes on Chiwetel Ejiofor in the Antoine Fuqua-directed sci-fi thriller 'Infinite,' streaming Friday on Paramount+        [Author: The Patriot Ledger]
Tags: Boston, Religion, Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Antoine Fuqua, The Patriot Ledger

Infinite Wastes a Great Premise But Remains Watchable

There’s a moment near the end of Infinite (it’s in the trailer so not really a spoiler) where Mark Wahlberg drives a motorcycle off a cliff, lands on a airplane mid-flight, and stops his momentum with a samurai sword. After it happened I said to myself “Well, I haven’t seen that before,” which is certainly the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Articles, Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dylan, Antoine Fuqua, Philosophy of Religion, Reincarnation, Jason Mantzoukas, Infinite, Liz Carr, Eric Maikranz, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture

‘Infinite’ Review: This Blah Reincarnation Sci-Fi Action Flick Should be Sent to Digital Purgatory

“There are among us a people gifted with a perfect memory of all their past lives. They call themselves Infinites!” So says Mark Wahlberg less than a minute into Infinite, the hacky and dreadfully blah sci-fi action pic from director Antoine Fuqua. Wahlberg doesn’t usually do voice-over narration in his movies, and it’s easy to see (or rather, hear) why – he’s very bad at it. Infinite thankfully doesn’t have wall-to-wall Wahlberg voice-overs, but when it happens, you’ll be in awe at how out of ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Features, Movie Reviews, Mark-Wahlberg, Burkina Faso, Keanu Reeves, Paramount, Don, Bathurst, Evan, O Brien, John Wick, Wahlberg, Dylan O Brien, Fuqua

Review: Mark Wahlberg discovers he's special in ‘Infinite’

The new Mark Wahlberg movie “ Infinite ” poses an intoxicating scenario for all down-on-their-luck know-it-alls: What if you’re actually...
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What to stream this weekend: HBO Max musical 'In the Heights,' Mark Wahlberg's 'Infinite'

New films streaming this weekend: Lin-Manuel Miranda musical 'In the Heights' on HBO Max, Mark Wahlberg's action-packed 'Infinite' on Paramount+.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Hbo, Usa, Religion, Mark Wahlberg, Usa Today, Paramount, Lin Manuel Miranda

Infinite: Mark Wahlberg's sci-fi action movie for Paramount+, explained

The would-be sci-fi blockbuster was unceremoniously dropped on streaming. What … is it?
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Infinite review: Mark Wahlberg’s sci-fi adventure is a waste of good lives

Despite its talented cast and slick concept, Infinite's tale of a secret society of reincarnating heroes and villains is all action, no substance.
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Mark Wahlberg has Infinite lives in a blockbuster without enough soul

Marky Mark's reincarnation action movie has more exposition than story
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Infinite Streaming: How To Watch The New Mark Wahlberg Movie

Everything you need to know to watch the latest Mark Wahlberg action flick...
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Stolen Valor: Gunmaker with DoD Contacts Falsely Claims To Be A Green Beret

Graduates of the Special Forces Qualification Course don their Green Berets for the first time. (Official U.S. Army photo). Tennesee, USA – -( Blaine Campbell, chairman, and president of CheyTac USA was never a Special Forces weapon sergeant as he claims. Blaine Campbell never donned a Green Beret, at least not officially. He never served in Special Forces, although his rifles have. Campbell never jumped into Pineland – the mythical setting of Robin Sage, the final field exerci...
Tags: Florida, Isis, Guns, Navy, Iraq, Halo, Afghanistan, Tennessee, Mark Wahlberg, Army, The Guardian, Guardian, Panama, Randall, Maxim, Lee

MoviePass Intentionally Stopped Customers from Seeing Movies, You Know, Like a Liar

Hey, remember MoviePass? The movie ticketing subscription service shook up the movie theater industry back in 2017 when it boldly offered customers the opportunity to see one movie in theaters every day for the low cost of $10 per month. MoviePass became extremely popular and it sparked plenty of rage from the major movie theater chains. But it flew too close to the sun and came crashing down in 2019 after their costs greatly outweighed the money they were making from subscriptions. Now a new r...
Tags: Movies, Mark Wahlberg, Moviepass, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, Business and Industry News, MoviePass Intentionally Stopped Customers

Paramount Plus Is Adding More Than 1,000 Movies This Week

Paramount Plus is busting out the popcorn: The ViacomCBS streamer is stuffing more than 1,000 movie titles into the service this week as it fights for ground in the streaming wars. The new batch of flicks includes “Infinite,” Paramount’s sci-fi thriller starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor and directed by Antoine Fuqua, which will exclusively […]
Tags: News, Mark Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Antoine Fuqua, Paramount Plus, ViacomCBS

Paramount+ Launches Its Cheaper $5 a Month Plan Today

The cheaper, ad-supported Paramount+ subscription plan is available now. A lower pricing tier of $4.99 per month has launched today, three months after the rebranding of the ViacomCBS streaming platform from CBS All Access to Paramount+. This cheaper subscription plan gives Paramount+ a leg up over its old CBS All Access counterpart (which was $5.99 at its cheapest), as will the summer slate of over 1,000 “premium” movies and new original TV series, led by the Paramount+ exclusive release of th...
Tags: Movies, Disney, NFL, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, Cbs, Hulu, Paramount Pictures, Dolby Vision, Paramount, Cbs All Access, Antoine Fuqua, Europa Leagues, Netflix/Streaming Video, CBSN, Infinite

Mark Wahlberg Thanks His Big Sister for Making His Birthday 'Special the Way Mom Did'

The actor's mom, Alma, died in April at the age of 78.
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Infinite's New Trailer Forgoes Plot for a Ludicrous Amount of Action

The first trailer for Mark Wahlberg’s upcoming sorta-sci-fi movie Infinite dropped a mere week ago, explaining how a select group of constantly reincarnating people keep their memories and fight each other. This new trailer drops all that to present the movie as a Fast and the Furious clone built on the bones of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, It, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, James Bond, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Antoine Fuqua, Jason Mantzoukas, Sophie Cookson, Infinite, Ejiofor, The Old Guard, Creative Works, English Language Films, Entertainment Culture

‘Infinite’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Action Movie Gets Reincarnated Into a Paramount+ Original

If this Infinite trailer is the first you’re hearing of the Mark Wahlberg-starring action movie, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it was a Paramount+ Original, as it’s billed as. But just as Wahlberg’s action hero gets reincarnated in Infinite, so does this former theatrical release get rebranded as a Paramount+ Original. Watch the final Infinite trailer below. Infinite Trailer Mark Wahlberg jumps a motorcycle off a cliff onto a plane and recites some wooden pieces of dialogue in Inf...
Tags: Movies, Mark Wahlberg, Movie Trailers, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Evan, Antoine Fuqua, John Wick, Wahlberg, Fuqua, Action/Adventure, Jason Mantzoukas, Infinite, Todd Stein, Walhberg, Ian Shorr