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Mark Wahlberg

  1. Rumor: Tom Hiddleston May Play The Crow. Fact: This Will Obliterate Fans If True.

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    I think Hollywood just made me give a crap about The Crow remake.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Mondo’s Brave Poster

    Things We Saw Today

    Mondo, you strain our wallets and our wall space. This one is by Mouse Guard creator David Petersen!

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  3. Which X-Men Star Is Up For The Lead In The Crow Remake?

    Cautiously Optimistic

    A new name has entered the fray that is The Crow remake and the actor in question is no stranger to comic book adaptations. 

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  4. Here Are Mark Wahlberg’s Oscar Predictions, Since You Asked

    The Future Is Now!

    Mark Wahlberg, who previously said that he could have taken 9/11 hijackers in a fight, now says that he knows who will win all of the Oscars tonight because he has access to people who are "in the know." This reminds of that time Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson said he knew about Osama bin Laden's death before anyone else did because he also knew people "in the know." So, do you think that Mark Wahlberg and The Rock just, like, hang out and share national secrets with each other? Why has no one written this movie yet?

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  5. Report: David O. Russell Not Ruining Uncharted Movie After All

    Variety is reporting that David O. Russell, the writer-director behind luggage-math movie Three Kings and the recent The Fighter, has left the movie adaptation of the beloved Uncharted video game franchise, most likely taking Mark Wahlberg with him. Variety cites "creative" differences with Sony as the reason why Russell left the project: As a big fan of the charming-but-technically-mass-murdering main character Nathan Drake, and not a fan of the canon-less vision Russell had for the movie, his leaving the project over creative differences is hilarious, because he wasn't exactly knowledgable of even the most basic plot points of the franchise, nor did he possess any kind of common sense as related to casting. Variety reports Russell and Sony parted ways amicably, which is good for the future of both entities, but most importantly, good for the future of the Uncharted movie. Russell is a fine director and writer, and Wahlberg is a fine actor (if you like his brand of confused-sounding acting, that is), but the pair reportedly planned on completely ignoring the canon, which would've been totally unnecessary in the case of Uncharted, since the game was practically built to be -- and plays exactly like -- a summer blockbuster movie in the first place. Maybe now Nathan Fillion has a shot of playing his virtual doppelganger, Nathan Drake. Rejoice. (Variety via Empire Online)

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  6. Mark Wahlberg Is Doing a Movie With Justin Bieber

    Together At Last

    So, Mark Wahlberg is a huge fan of Justin Bieber. He has said that "The world needs Justin Bieber. Justin Bieber is like the white Tupac. Compared to a lot of people." (Exactly, Mark Wahlberg. Exactly.) So it should come as no surprise that the former white rapper/pinup has teamed with the Twitter-fueled teenybopper sensation to make a dramatic film together -- wait, what?

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  7. Actually, Mark Wahlberg Might Not Ruin the Uncharted Movie After All

    A while back, it was a very sad day. Mark Wahlberg took it upon himself to announce a few adaptation-murdering details regarding the Uncharted movie, which included himself cast as the lead of Nathan Drake, and the addition of Nathan's father and uncle, who haven't even made an appearance in the video game series (so far, not counting the theory that Sully, Nathan's older partner-in-crime, is related to Nathan in some way). Well, it turns out there's been a few developments regarding what once seemed to be concrete details, in that, thankfully, said details may not be so concrete, including a video of a fan personally petitioning David O. Russell, the film's director, to nix Mark Wahlberg in place of Nathan Fillion. Read on past the break for details that might make you feel a bit better about the fate of Nathan Drake's Hollywood appearance.

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  8. Christian Bale Sings The Powerpuff Girls Credits Song

    And... some other guy sings... "The Touch?" Disregard Wahlberg, acquire Batman. (via Topless Robot.)

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  9. Mark Wahlberg to Star in Uncharted and How Hollywood Should’ve Done It

    We knew Nathan Fillion barely had a chance to be cast as Nathan Drake in the upcoming film adaptation of the stellar Uncharted video game series, even more so when David O. Russell was said to be the writer and director due to his penchant for Mark Wahlberg movies. Well, over on MTV Multiplayer, Mark Wahlberg confirmed that he'll be playing Nathan Drake in the Uncharted film, showing that, once again, Hollywood doesn't know what it's doing regarding beloved video game franchises and obvious casting.

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