Recently, Mark Wahlberg, star of the upcoming "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and new face of the franchise, next to Optimus Prime of course, spoke with the Los Angeles Times' Hero Complex to discuss how he prepared to work opposite a computer-generated character.
Mark Wahlberg is confident that the newest Transformers film, "Transformers 4: Age of Extinction" will knock it out of the ballpark. The Wrap quotes the new Transformers lead as saying, "It is bigger and better than the other three combined," Wahlberg said, going on to predict that the film would be the biggest hit of 2014," during Monday's CinemaCon 2014.
Fifty Shades of Grey author E.L. James is certainly happy with the choice of actor for the Christian Grey part. It can be recalled that five weeks before the actual production of the erotic film adaptation, the 50-year-old author shared her thoughts on her story's leading man.
Some Fifty Shades of Grey fans may have been sad to see Charlie Hunnam go, but they might be even sadder to know that Mark Wahlberg and Brad Pitt were once under consideration to be a part of the film adaptation of E.L. James' novel.
There are now two more good reasons to watch the new thriller "2 Guns," and no, neither of those reasons happen to be guns. At the movie's premiere on Monday night, Paula Patton shocked the audience by going topless for the first time ever on screen.