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Mark Wahlberg: New 'Pain & Gain' TV Spot!

Mark Wahlberg: New 'Pain & Gain' TV Spot!

Mark Wahlberg shows off his bulging biceps as he exits his car and heads inside Bristol Farms for some groceries on Tuesday (January 22) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 41-year-old actor’s upcoming film Pain & Gain recently released a brand new television spot!

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Mark Wahlberg

The action movie also stars Dwayne Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Ed Harris, and Ken Jeong.

The Michael Bay-directed flick based on a true story is set to be released in theaters on April 26 – be sure to check it out!

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4 Comments

# 1

He still has the Marky Mark bod!.

# 2

I remember the very first time I saw him. I was too little to know him in the 90s. The first time I saw him was in the Planet of the Apes movie. It was in early 2001. I remember I thought “DAMN this guy is mighty FINE” haha Then, I heard horrible things about him, like, how he used to bully some black boy calling him names and being racist and all of that? It kind of bugged me off. Even if he was super hot to me, I felt like he had a bad personality to go with it. Since then, I don’t know what to think of him…. And besides, I thought he was hot also because he looked just like the guy I liked at the time. Lol. His eyes / gaze was what was so attractive. Like, you know, the evil mean look some sexy guys have xD

# 3

Mark Wahlberg is hot.

# 4

Eeeewww. Just cause someone has muscles doesn’t mean they’re attractive. Especially on a shorty squishy face. His muscles aren’t even attractive. Just my opinion

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