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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Mark Wahlberg
With Super Bowl XLVIII weekend in full swing, "Ride Along" remained strong, steering Universal Pictures into the No. 1 slot in a surprising three-week takeover at the box office.
The Kevin Hart comedy "Ride Along" continued to speed through a typically quiet box-office frame, while the monster thriller "I, Frankenstein" couldn't be roused from the dead.
"Ride Along" sped past box office records.
"Ride Along" arrived in first place at the weekend box office.
"Lone Survivor" dominated the weekend box office.
"Lone Survivor" triumphed at the weekend box office.
Don't expect any big twists from the story in "Lone Survivor." The sad, true ending is spoiled in the title.
NEW YORK (AP) — Marcus Luttrell, the former Navy SEAL whose deadly mission in Afghanistan has been turned into the film "Lone Survivor," strides into a hotel room for an interview, trailed by his service dog, Mr. Rigby.
Mark Wahlberg has a message for Hollywood actors who compare their jobs to service members: "How [expletive] dare you." The message came in response to a question and answer session for "Lone Survivor," the Hollywood movie based on former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell that Wahlberg stars in.
Mark Wahlberg penned a blog for the Huffington Post over the weekend, revealing he earned his high school diploma this summer, years after dropping out in 9th grade.
Justin Bieber has been splashed across headlines for all the wrong reasons lately, and actor Mark Wahlberg has warned the teen star to clean up his act or risk losing everything.
There are more than a few explosions in “2 Guns,” but what really ignites this schlocky, good-natured action comedy are the easygoing performances from its charismatic lead actors.
"Pain & Gain" is an appropriate name for a movie that inflicts so much of the former on its characters, and, in search of the latter, the audience. It may be the only appropriate thing about this frequently funny but also outlandishly crude and juvenile send-up of mid-1990s body-building culture.
Mark Wahlberg was in a somber mood at the New York premiere of his new film, "Pain and Gain" — still grappling with the bombings that struck his hometown of Boston.
Mark Wahlberg was in a somber mood at the New York premiere of his new film, “Pain and Gain”– still grappling with the tragedy that struck his hometown in Boston.
"Why would I give a (expletive) about what he does? He's a grown man," said Mark Wahlberg.
"Why would I give a (expletive) about what he does. He's a grown man," said Mark Wahlberg.