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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


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’ 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


‘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


‘Infinite’ Trailer: The Mark Wahlberg Reincarnation Action Flick Heads to Paramount+ in June

Mark Wahlberg is a reincarnated action hero in the Infinite trailer. This Antoine Fuqua-directed sci-fi movie was originally meant for theaters, but now it’s headed directly to Paramount+ as the nascent streaming service tries to build up subscribers. Here, Wahlberg plays a character who learns he has lived a whole bunch of past lives – and he’s not alone. Watch the Infinite trailer below. Infinite Trailer  As far as trailers go, this trailer for Antoine Fuqua’s Infinite is actually kin...
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Mark Wahlberg Discovers Reincarnation in Paramount+’s Infinite Trailer

Paramount+ has released the official Infinite trailer for Antoine Fuqua’s upcoming sci-fi action feature, starring Oscar-nominated actor Mark Wahlberg (The Departed). The long-in-development film is scheduled to make its debut on June 10, exclusively on Paramount+. The video begins with Wahlberg’s Evan McCauley as he gets interrogated at gunpoint by Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Bathurst, forcing Evan to remember who he really is. He soon discovers that his actually part of a secret group of people called...
Tags: Video, Movies, Sci-fi, Action, Mark Wahlberg, Oscar, Streaming, Paramount Pictures, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Paramount, Bathurst, Evan, Antoine Fuqua, Stu, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Wahlberg


Mark Wahlberg and Director Antoine Fuqua Were Blindsided by News That ‘Infinite’ Would Debut on Paramount+

As Hollywood struggled to survive during the pandemic era, one tactic seems to have become commonplace: studios making big announcements about how and where films are going to debut. But the controversial aspect of that tactic is that those decision have frequently been made without giving enough of a heads-up to the directors and stars who are affected by those announcements. The latest recipients of this treatment? Director Antoine Fuqua and star Mark Wahlberg, who were blindsided by the news...
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Stu Set Photos Show Heavier Mark Wahlberg With Shaved Head

(Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images) Mark Wahlberg has said that he plans to gain 30 pounds in 6 weeks for his role in the upcoming faith-based drama Stu, and in a series of recent set photos, Wahlberg looks to be pretty close, having incredibly transformed himself for the role.   RELATED: Mark Wahlberg to Star in Rosalind Ross’ Faith-Based Drama Film Stu Wahlberg was spotted on set for the upcoming film and looked like a totally different person, sporting a much bigger frame and generally loo...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Lionsgate, Oregon, Long, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Mel Gibson, Jacki Weaver, Rosalind Ross, Stu, Wahlberg, ComingSoon, Movie News, Stephen Levinson, Joe Bell


Paramount+ Will Have a New Movie Every Week, Including Mark Wahlberg's Infinite

New sci-fi movie Infinite—starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Antoine Fuqua—is coming out a few months ahead of schedule, but you won’t see it in theaters. Paramount just announced that the film, most recently scheduled for release in September, will now debut on Paramount+ sometime in June. Read more...
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Paramount+ Will Release One Original Movie Every Week Starting in 2022

Paramount+ seems like one of the younger streaming services on the scene, even though it’s just a rebranded versions of CBS All Access with a beefier library of movies and TV shows. However, only now is the Viacom-owned streamer trying to run with the big dogs in their production of original content. In fact, when 2022 rolls around, Paramount+ has plans to release one original movie every single week, and they’re getting a head start by debuting Antoine Fuqua‘s movie Infinite, starring Mark Wah...
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Alma Wahlberg, Matriarch of the Wahlberg Family and ‘Wahlburgers’ Star, Dies at 78

Alma Wahlberg, the matriarch of the Wahlberg family who was prominently featured on the reality show “Wahlburgers,” has died. She was 78. Various members of the Wahlberg family, including Mark and Donnie, made the announcement on Sunday morning via social media. “My angel. Rest in peace,” Mark wrote on Twitter, while Donnie said, “She was […]
Tags: News, Obituaries, People News, Mark, Wahlberg, Donnie, Wahlburgers, Alma Wahlberg, Alma Wahlberg Matriarch of the Wahlberg


Alma Wahlberg, 'Wahlburgers' Star and Mother to Mark and Donnie, Dies at 78

The mother of nine children, Wahlberg appeared on dozens of episodes of A&E's reality show that chronicled the rise of the family-run...
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Mark Wahlberg-Led Stu Adds Oscar Nominee Jacki Weaver to Cast

Mark Wahlberg-led Stu adds Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver to cast A few weeks after the star finally committed to the project after developing it for years, the Mark Wahlberg-fronted faith-based drama Stu is already building an impressive cast as Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver (Perpetual Grace, LTD) has joined the roster, according to Deadline. RELATED: Mark Wahlberg to Star in Rosalind Ross’ Faith-Based Drama Film Stu Details regarding the plot and characters are currently being kept under wraps,...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Mark Wahlberg, Oscar, Sony, David O Russell, Jacki Weaver, Ross, Petersen, Golden Globe, Weaver, Rosalind Ross, Stu, Wahlberg, ComingSoon, Movie News


This Week In Trailers: Percy Vs Goliath, American Oz, A.rtificial I.mmortality, Together Together, Moby Doc

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we go up against The Man of all the Mans out there, pull back the curtain on L. Frank Baum, go in search of a different kind of whal...
Tags: Movies, Supreme Court, Chicago, This Week In Trailers, David Bowie, PERCY, Christopher Walken, Pbs, Movie Trailers, Christina Ricci, David Lynch, Clark Johnson, Solid, Morty, Rick, Ed Helms


‘Wahl Street’ Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Produced a Documentary Series About Mark Wahlberg

Mark Wahlberg is, somehow, one of the biggest stars on the planet. And now he’s got his own HBO documentary series called – wait for it – Wahl Street. This six-part series follows Wahlberg as he tries to balance his busy schedule, which honestly doesn’t sound like a good excuse for a documentary. “Wow, this rich and famous man is doing work!” should not be that surprising, or documentary-worthy, but here we are! Watch the Wahl Street trailer below, and then say hi to your mother for me. Wah...
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New to Stream: HBO Max’s April 2021 Highlights

New to Stream: HBO Max’s April 2021 highlights As the month of April nears and spring arrives, HBO Max has unveiled its full roster of titles coming to the WarnerMedia streaming platform next month including the highly-anticipated reboot of the Mortal Kombat film franchise, the Kate Winslet-led drama Mare of Easttown and more! A sizzle reel of what’s coming can be viewed below! RELATED: Exclusive Mortal Kombat Spot, Plus Director/Producer Interviews! [email protected]‘ @MKMovie to premiere Apr...
Tags: Games, Hbo, TV, New York, London, Movies, Video Games, Washington, Africa, Tim Burton, America, Earth, Pennsylvania, Marvin, Mark Wahlberg, Moscow


Mark Wahlberg-Led Our Man From Jersey Adds Halle Berry to Roster

Mark Wahlberg-led Our Man From Jersey adds Halle Berry to roster Nearly a year after acquiring the rights to the Mark Wahlberg-led project, Neflix’s action-thriller Our Man From Jersey has found its second A-lister for its cast list in Oscar and Golden Globe winner Halle Berry (John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum). RELATED: Netflix Acquires Mark Wahlberg Vehicle Our Man From Jersey Halle Berry will star alongside Mark Wahlberg in Our Man From Jersey, a new upcoming spy movie headed to Netfl...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Abc, Netflix, Mark Wahlberg, Streaming, Chris Hemsworth, Halle Berry, Facetime, Kiefer Sutherland, Jersey, Guggenheim, Robert, Kurt Russell, Golden Globe


Mark Wahlberg to Star in Rosalind Ross’ Faith-Based Drama Film Stu

Mark Wahlberg to star in Rosalind Ross’ faith-based drama film Stu After developing the project for a number of years, Oscar nominee Mark Wahlberg (Spenser Confidential) has officially signed on for the leading role in Rosalind Ross’ feature directorial debut Stu, which is being described as a faith-based drama that is loosely inspired by a true story, according to Deadline. Sources report that a production start date on the film is currently being eyed for sometime next month. RELATED: Mark...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Ross, Rosalind Ross, Stu, Wahlberg, Movie News, Stephen Levinson, Jon Kopaloff, Joe Bell, Miky Lee, Mark Wahlberg Spenser, Colleen Camp Wahlberg


CS Soapbox: Where Does the MonsterVerse Go After Godzilla vs Kong?

CS Soapbox: Where Does the MonsterVerse Go After Godzilla vs Kong? Godzilla vs. Kong recently unveiled its first trailer to announce its March 31 release. To be honest, the footage looked pretty cool with plenty of versing going on between its titular titans, including an impressive fight scene atop an aircraft carrier that really demonstrated just how bonkers this movie will be. However, it’s fair to ponder where Warner Bros. and Legendary’s MonsterVerse goes next, especially now that its t...
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Mark Wahlberg-Led Drama Joe Bell Gets Pushed Back

Mark Wahlberg-Led Drama Joe Bell Gets Pushed Back According to Deadline, Solstice Studios has officially decided to temporarily remove their Mark Wahlberg-led drama film Joe Bell from their theatrical release schedule. Originally scheduled for a February 19, 2021 release, the film is currently undated due to the ongoing pandemic that continues to affect the film industry. This new release delay comes after a number of high-profile films were shifted to brand new release dates again last week...
Tags: Movies, Drew Brees, America, Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Wahlberg, Rhea, Brokeback Mountain, Miller, Wahlberg, Larry McMurtry, Movie News, Diana Ossana, Stephen Levinson, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Joe Bell, Paris Kassidokostas Latsis Terry Dougas


The 10 biggest Netflix original movies of all time

Millie Bobby Brown in "Enola Holmes." Netflix Netflix highlighted popular movies like "The Midnight Sky" and "Holidate" in its earnings report on Tuesday. They've entered the top 10 of the biggest Netflix original movies ever. The list includes mostly movies that were released in 2020 as Netflix continues to gain subscribers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Netflix said it had passed 200 million subscribers in its latest earnings report on Tuesday, and it has the blockb...
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Why India’s 36 all out was a one-dimensional effort in the field of collapses

If you’ve ever seen The Perfect Storm, you’ll know that quite a lot of things go wrong in it. The Perfect Storm is a film about fishing, starring George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and quite a few other people you know. At one point Wahlberg is bitten by a shark. A bit later John C Reilly is hooked and dragged into the sea. And then the bad weather arrives. The bad weather in The Perfect Storm is, as you’d imagine, quite a few steps beyond ‘persistent drizzle’. Clooney and his me...
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The top 9 movies on Netflix this week, from 'The Impossible' to 'Easy A'

"Easy A." Fox via Getty Images "The Impossible" and "Easy A" were among the most popular movies on Netflix this week. Netflix introduced daily top lists of the most popular titles on the streaming service in February. Streaming search engine Reelgood keeps track of the lists and provides Business Insider with a rundown of the week's most popular movies on Netflix every Friday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Emma Stone's 2010 teen comedy "Easy A" celebrated its 10th ann...
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Mark Wahlberg Movie ‘Joe Bell’ Recut and Coming to Theaters in February 2021

After shooting Spenser Confidential for Netflix, Oscar nominee Mark Wahlberg took a brief detour away from the action genre to make Good Joe Bell, a film inspired by the true story of a man who walked across the country to crusade against bullying. The movie played on the film festival circuit and received middling reviews (including from us at /Film), but Solstice Studios has since re-edited it, given it the new title of simply Joe Bell, and will be releasing it in theaters in February 2021, i...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Oregon, New York City, United States, Mark-Wahlberg, Oscar, Tommy Lee Jones, Russell Crowe, True Story, Cary Fukunaga, Joe, Diane Warren, Robert Duvall, Wahlberg, Larry McMurtry


Solstice Studios Sets Mark Wahlberg-Led Joe Bell for Awards Season Release

Solstice Studios sets Mark Wahlberg-led Joe Bell for awards season release It’s been nearly a decade since Mark Wahlberg last saw Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for his work in the sports drama The Fighter, but Solstice Studios believes it’s his time again as they have set his upcoming biographical drama Joe Bell for an awards season release of February 19, 2021, according to Variety. RELATED: Focus Features Sets Justin Chon’s Blue Bayou for Summer 2021 Release ...
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Mark Wahlberg Revealed A Look At His Uncharted Mustache And The Internet Has Thoughts

Is Wahlberg's look what you were expecting?
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‘Good Joe Bell’ Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Anti-Bullying Drama Has Nice Message, Muddled Execution [TIFF 2020]

Towards the end of Good Joe Bell, Mark Wahlberg’s titular character takes a load off his feet from his cross-country walk to condemn homophobic bullying. He sits down at a police station underneath pictures of Barack Obama and Joe Biden hanging on the wall. This bit of art direction reveals what should have been obvious from the film’s overall comportment: this is a period piece. America at large has experienced a dramatic shift in public attitudes towards the LGBTQ+ community even since the Ob...
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The Rock is the highest-paid actor in the world on Forbes' list for the second straight year, with help from Netflix

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson topped Forbes' list of the highest-paid actors in the world for the second year in a row with $87.5 million. Johnson is set to earn $23.5 million from Netflix's upcoming action movie "Red Notice." His costar, Ryan Reynolds, came in at No. 2 on Forbes' list. Other actors on the list include "Fast and Furious" star Vin Diesel, Ben Affleck, and Mark Wahlberg, all of whom have worked on Netflix projects in the last year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories....
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The Rock is No. 1 on the highest-paid actors list from Forbes again this year — with help from Netflix

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson topped Forbes' list of the highest-paid actors in the world for the second year in a row with $87.5 million. Johnson is set to earn $23.5 million from Netflix's upcoming action movie "Red Notice." His costar, Ryan Reynolds, came in at No. 2 on Forbes' list. Other actors on the list include "Fast and Furious" star Vin Diesel, Ben Affleck, and Mark Wahlberg, all of whom have worked on Netflix projects in the last year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories....
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The 13 most popular movies on Netflix so far this year — and what critics thought of them

Business Insider looked back at Netflix's most popular movies of the year so far to determine which ones have been the streamer's biggest hits in 2020, and what critics thought of them. Netflix originals like the action movie "Extraction" and the comedy "Spenser Confidential" have been huge, but so have the Adam Sandler drama "Uncut Gems" and the animated hit "Despicable Me." Netflix introduced daily top 10 lists of its most popular titles in February and the streaming search engine Reelgood h...
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