Reese Witherspoon Said She Didn't Want To Do The Explicit Roller Coaster Scene In "Fear," And Remembers Asking For A Stunt Double
"It wasn’t a particularly great experience."
"Anybody Who 'Normalizes' Trump With Any Level Of Respect Is ALSO Disgusting In My Book": Jack White Called Out Guy Fieri And Other Celebrities For Being Photographed With Trump
"That's you Joe Rogan, you Mel Gibson, you Mark Wahlberg, you Guy Fieri. This is a statement from me, not a discussion/debate."
14 Celebrity Bodyguards Revealed The Wholesome Vs. Horrific Stars They've Protected, And Their Stories Are Juicy
"I did security for Pope John Paul II. He was funny as hell when he found out I was an atheist. He laughed and said: 'How do you feel about protecting me?' and I replied: 'Well, at least I know if I die protecting you and I was wrong about God, it'd put a huge notch in the good category.' He laughed, offered to bless me, and I let him."
In recent years, the go-to response to a beloved male celebrity facing serious allegations is that their accuser is trying to get them canceled — despite repeated evidence that these men are untouchable.
I think the Internet will share a general consensus on some of these celebs.
The SAG Awards Are Being Called Out For Having Mark Wahlberg Present An Award To The Cast Of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” Despite The Fact He Once Went To Prison For Assaulting Two Vietnamese Men
Reflecting on the 45 days he spent in prison in 1988 for attacking two Vietnamese men, Wahlberg has previously said that he's owned up to his "mistakes."
Poor Jessica Chastain...
Mark Wahlberg Shared Why His Catholic Faith Is "Everything" To Him, But He's Careful Not To "Force It" On His Family
Religion is not for everybody, but it's definitely for Marky-Mark.
Sometimes, a film is better left untouched.
Cher slapped Nicholas Cage in the face and won an Oscar. Legendary.
Taylor Lautner said about his shirtless scenes in Twilight: "Those are the awkward scenes. When everybody is fully clothed, it’s raining, and I’m just the only person there, posing for them."
"I think they played on my vulnerability."
Jim Carrey lived in a tent with his siblings for eight months as a teenager.
People Are Sharing The Worst Examples Of Celebs Apologizing For Being Problematic, And Yeah, These Are...Wow
The apology + recipe combo...
Here Are 10 Celebs Who Are Extremely Talented Musicians, And 9 Whose Singing Career Never Really Took Off
Zendaya needs to stop playing and get back in the studio!
Mark Wahlberg Gave Tom Holland A Gift When They Met For "Uncharted," But Tom Got The Completely Wrong Idea
"I didn't know you! It's Hollywood, baby!"
Featuring athletes, authors, and more stars.
"You're lucky there was a loin cloth because I didn't want one."
Thanking Father, Son, and House of Gucci for these films.
Travis Scott Was Pictured Golfing With Mark Wahlberg And Michael Jordan In His First Public Outing Since The Astroworld Tragedy, Days After Two Security Guards Filed New Lawsuits Against Him, Bringing The Total To Over $2.75B
The appearance led to criticism from fans who accused him of acting "like nothing had happened" and called on him to "explain his behavior" in video footage from the festival.
Let's see how "normal" your opinions are.
Celine Dion is the youngest of 14!
The First "Uncharted" Trailer Is Here, And There Are Already A Ton Of Similarities And Differences With The Games
No moustache on Sully in this version...
Williams reportedly earned a total of $625,000 for her role in the film, while her costar made $5 million.
The donation was announced following outrage that Wahlberg's All the Money in the World costar, Michelle Williams, was paid roughly $1,000, compared to Wahlberg's $1.5 million.
"I am about to say something that will likely ruffle feathers."
Michelle Williams Was Reportedly Paid About $1,000 To Reshoot A Movie While Mark Wahlberg Was Paid $1.5 Million
Williams was reportedly paid an $80 daily per diem to refilm scenes of All the Money in the World, totaling less than $1,000, which would be less than 0.1% of Wahlberg's pay.
Mark Wahlberg has been churning out mid-budget genre films for 20 years — which is why it's surprising that his success is predicated on his old-fashioned attitude toward what it means to be a movie star.