Executive-produced by Mark Wahlberg.
Who said “If you ain't in it to win it, then get the hell out”?
She and Mark Wahlberg did some very crazy things.
On his new film Pain and Gain: “It’s like a mash-up of Boogie Nights and Pulp Fiction and Fargo.”
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"Just be a little more low-key right now."
Can Denzel fill The Rock's giant shoes as Wahlberg's partner?
The Rock fights a little person.
He would've played Kirk's dad.
This Russell Crowe–Mark Wahlberg crime film is a welcome surprise in a genre sorely lacking in them of late.
The CGI bear, not Ted Turner or the ideas conference.
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Even the rich and famous want to know whether or not to pack an umbrella.
Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson have muscles and steal.
"Say hello to your hacker for me."
From Mark Wahlberg, et al.
This one's inspired by the sisters from The Fighter.
Michael Bay realized Wahlberg's "the perfect guy to re-invigorate the franchise."
The Internet rumors inspired him.
Actually, Michael Bay has shot down the rumor. So.
Wahlberg and/or Crowe broke NYC.
You haven't lived until you've seen Angela Lansbury's "improvised rhythmic dancing."
Vulture devised a formula to decide who matters most in movies – and you can adjust the stats to make your own list, too.
This is the movie with the talking bear, in case you hadn't heard.
Come for the weirdly seductive bromancing, stay for the John Travolta joke.